Discussion: Possible Impact of the Tbilisi Incident on Georgian-Armenian Relations
July 29, 12:00

The incidentat Holy Etchmiadzin Church in Tbilisi was not premeditated and most likely was a routine misdemeanor that grew into a clash, subsequently being interpreted as an ethnic conflict.

The Institute for War and Peace Reporting and Media Center initiated a panel discussion, entitled “Current Phase of Armenian-Georgian Relations: Possible Impact of the Recent Incident at Holy Etchmiadzin Church in Tbilisi on Inter-Ethnic Relations”, where panelists Sergei Minasyan, a political scientist and Deputy Director of the Caucasus Institute,  Jonny Melikyan, an analyst and head of the Center for Political and Legal Studies,  Giorgi Gvimradze of the Strategic Research Center,  and Arsen Kharatyan, an expert,  shared the position that the recent incident in Tbilisi is a domestic crime evolving diverse interpretations later.

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