Victor Kipiani, partner at MKD attended the fourth annual Tbilisi International Conference “The World in 2018
On September 11-12, 2018, the McCain Institute and the Economic Policy Research Center (EPRC) co-hosted the 4th annual Tbilisi International Conference in the Georgian capital. This year’s title was “World in 2018: Upside Down?”
The conference aimed to bring together regional experts on security issues, Georgian policymakers, civil society activists, and representatives in the private sector “with a view toward keeping Georgia high on the transatlantic agenda and keeping Georgia on track in its democratic progress and transatlantic aspirations,” according to the McCain Institute.
Victor Kipiani, partner at Mgaloblishvili Kipiani Dzidziguri (MKD) was among participants invited to attend the conference in the framework of which various panel discussions were held concerning global security issues as well as the external and internal challenges Georgia is currently facing. During the event the tribute to Senator John McCain was paid in memory of his great personality and efforts to advance security, economic opportunity, freedom and human dignity.
The annual Tbilisi International Conference provides a good platform to gather experienced political and security leaders of the Euro-Atlantic community discussing challenges of Europe and the globe and identifying ways to overcome them.