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After joining Eurasian Economic Union Armenia has increased its export to the countries of the region
Armenia has increased the exports of goods to the countries of the Eurasian Economic Union (EurAsEC) 1.7 times since it joined the organization, according to Tatyana Valovaya, the Minister of the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC), who told the reporters about it on Thursday. “Armenian exports have increased by 1.7 times over the period of seven…
The Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs (RSPP) that is proactively engaged in multilateral collaboration with the international partners has shared infromation about the upcoming forum of #IFEP2016.
Information about the forum is also available on the webpage of National Coordination Center for Developing Economic Cooperation with the Countries of Asia-Pacific Region.
Dr. Sam M. Saeed is the Chief Technology Officer of AERTC’s “ENUGY Project”, an environmentally responsible power generation scheme using untapped hydrocarbon resources in various locations around the world. He has been instrumental in the design of the distributed micro-grid networks of the Project, and its integration into the planned transcontinental UHVDC super-grid currently under…
«Vesti.am» talked to the President of the World Armenian Congress and the Union of Armenians of Russia Ara Abramyan about the upcoming first International Forum of the Eurasian Partnership, which will be held in Yerevan in October, as well as about Armenia’s economic prospects and other issues. -Mr Abrahamyan, it is known that on October…
DOB 2.10.1946 UK National
A retired United Kingdom Law-Enforcement senior manager with 40 years’ experience in the Investigation discipline with HM Customs and Excise. This largely in the fight against organised crime, drug trafficking, commercial fraud and both cigarette and alcohol smuggling.
Expert on Interdiction at the International frontier having spent 20 years at Heathrow Airport.
This was followed by Institution/ Capacity building for the European Commission in the Balkans and many other European States .Responsible for the creation and development of a senior management team for the Customs Service of Kosovo. Conducted workshops and lectures on combating Organised Crime in many EU States.
Engaged as a part time consultant in the field of Customs and International for De La Rue, a UK based company and world leader in the supply of currency, passports and other security print items.
Permanent representative on behalf of De La Rue of the Private Sector Consultancy Group of the World Customs Organisation (WCO) in Brussels. This organisation representing 30 of the largest companies and associations in the Global Supply Chain and feeding advice and guidance to the WCO.
Engaged as an Independent advisor for U.S. principals in assuring the transparency of three elections in Morocco and the use of EU funding in Bulgaria.
Represented Government of Morocco on two occasions as a Petitioner at the United Nations in New York regarding the Western Sahara dispute with Algeria.
Delivered lectures on the development of Organised Crime and drug trafficking in West Africa.
Managing Director of Chris Braham Consulting Ltd (2009- Present)
Lieutenant General (ret) Jürgen Bornemann
(former Director General International Military Staff(IMS)
NATO Headquarters, Brussels)
General Bornemann started his military service in the German Armed Forces in 1968. He studied
Economics and Politics at the University of the German Armed Forces in Hamburg. Following
attendance of the General Staff Officer Course at the German Armed Forces College in Hamburg
(1983-1985) and the Royal Belgian Defence College in Brussels (1987-1988) he served in several
command and staff functions in the German Bundeswehr. At the level of the German Ministry of
Defence in Bonn/Berlin he acted as Military Assistant to the State Secretary for Military Policy, as
Branch Chief Military Policy and International Military Cooperation and Deputy Head of the Military
Policy Division. At the level of NATO-Headquarters in Brussels he was appointed as Assistant
Director Plans and Policy IMS, as German Military Representative to NATO and EU and finally as
the Director General IMS. He retired from military service in July 2013.
General Bornemann lives in Berlin and works as an independent advisor for security and military
Dr. Xu Mingqi is a professor of International Economics and the Director of European Studies Center at Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences, where he served as deputy director of Institute of World Economy during 2005-2013 and Editor in Chief of Social Sciences and Academic Quarterly in 1998-2001. He is now also the president of Shanghai Institute for European Studies and Secretary – General of Shanghai Coordination Center for FTZ Studies. He is also guest professor of Fudan University and Shanghai University of Finance and Economics. His main research areas are in the theory international economics, international finance, international political economy, European Economy, monetary economics and monetary policy, and China’s economic system reforms. Dr. Xu graduated from Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences and holds MA and Ph. D degrees in international Economics from SASS and did post doctoral research at Harvard University with Harvard-Yeching scholarship during 1995-1996. Previously he was awarded scholarship by Chinese government to conduct research at University of Western Ontario in Canada. He publishes extensively in international economic theory and policy issues both in Chinese and English. He is frequently invited to give public lectures and consultancy to government officials and business executives of both domestic and multinational corporations for international economic issues. Many of his monographs and reports have been awarded with excellent academic prizes by both Chinese government and academic associations.
Dr. Peter Roell
Dr. Peter Roell has been President of the Institute for Strategic, Political, Security and Economic Consultancy (ISPSW) in Berlin since January 2006. His prior post was Senior Advisor for Foreign and Security Policy at the Permanent Representation of the Federal Republic of Germany to the EU in Brussels. While in Germany, Dr. Roell served for the German Government as Director of the Asia-Pacific, Latin America and Africa (Sub-Sahara) Department and at German embassies in the Near and Middle East and in Asia.
Dr. Roell studied sinology and political sciences at the universities of Bonn, Taipei and Heidelberg. He gained his Ph.D. from the Ruprecht-Karls-University in Heidelberg.
Dr. Roell is an ancien of the NATO Defense College in Rome and the Federal Academy for Security Policy (BAKS) in Berlin.