IX Annual International Forum "Primakov Readings"

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On November 27-28, 2023 the IX International Forum "Primakov Readings" will be held in Moscow at the World Trade Center.

The theme of the Forum is "Postglobalization Horizons". 

The event will be attended by Yury Ushakov, Aide to the President of the Russian Federation, Sergey Lavrov, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, Sergey Lebedev, Chairman of the Executive Committee – Executive Secretary of the CIS, Alexey Likhachev, as well as leading Russian and foreign experts in the field of international security, world politics and economics, representatives of public organizations, politicians and diplomats. 

The discussions will center on political risks for global energy markets, Russia's cooperation with the countries of Central Asia and the South Caucasus, the rivalry between China and the United States, and the development of the countries of the "global South". Participants will discuss the balance of power in the Baltic region and prospects for the development of Russia's relations with the countries of the Middle East and the African continent. Discussions will also take into account the expansion of such an important institution of the new world order as BRICS-11, the chairmanship of which will pass to Moscow in a month. The total economic power of these countries is determined by the fact that they account for 65 % of global metal production (including rare earhts), 47 % of automobile production, more than half of the world oil production, and almost half of natural gas production and consumption.

For media representatives to participate in the Forum, please follow the accreditation link.

On November 27-28, 2023 the IX International Forum "Primakov Readings" will be held in Moscow at the World Trade Center.

The theme of the Forum is "Postglobalization Horizons". 

The event will be attended by Yury Ushakov, Aide to the President of the Russian Federation; Sergey Lavrov, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation; Sergey Lebedev, Chairman of the Executive Committee – Executive Secretary of the CIS; Alexey Likhachev, Director General of the State Atomic Energy Corporation "Rosatom", as well as leading Russian and foreign experts in the field of international security, world politics and economics, representatives of public organizations, politicians and diplomats. 

The discussions will center on political risks for global energy markets, Russia's cooperation with the countries of Central Asia and the South Caucasus, the rivalry between China and the United States, and the development of the countries of the "global South". Participants will discuss the balance of power in the Baltic region and prospects for the development of Russia's relations with the countries of the Middle East and the African continent. Discussions will also take into account the expansion of such an important institution of the new world order as BRICS-11, the chairmanship of which will pass to Moscow in a month. The total economic power of these countries is determined by the fact that they account for 65 % of global metal production (including rare earhts), 47 % of automobile production, more than half of the world oil production, and almost half of natural gas production and consumption.

For media representatives to participate in the Forum, please follow the accreditation link.


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