Eight Moldovan Diplomats to Attend Training Course in Estonia
A negotiations training course organised by the Estonian Centre of Eastern Partnership, the Estonian School of Diplomacy, and the Clingendael Institute of the Netherlands will be held in Tallinn for eight Moldovan diplomats and officials from 19-24 October.
The goal of the course for diplomats from the Moldovan Foreign Ministry and officials from the country's Reintegration Office is to share Estonian and international experiences in carrying out bilateral and multilateral negotiations within the context of a regional conflict, spokespeople for the Estonian Foreign Ministry said.
During the course of the programme, opportunities for resolving the Transnistria conflict will be considered together with experts from Estonia, Finland and the Netherlands. On 19 October the Estonian Centre of Eastern Partnership and the participants in the course will meet with Moldovan Prime Minister Vladimir Filat, who will be in Estonia for an official visit.
The course is being sponsored by the Estonian Foreign Ministry, the Dutch Foreign Ministry, and the UN Development Program (UNDP).
- Foreign News
- Foreign Minister Urmas Paet Met with Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili
- Integration with EU, Situation in Occupied Territories Discussed in Meetings with Georgian Officials
- President Ilves Focuses on Euro Area Crisis During Finland Visit
- Foreign Minister Urmas Paet Recognised Moldova’s Progress in Implementing Reforms for EU Integration
- Eight Moldovan Diplomats to Attend Training Course in Estonia
- Prime Minister Ansip Met With International Monetary Fund Representatives
- President Ilves: EU Budget Must Be Fair
- Estonia Helping Victims of Floods in Pakistan
- Estonia to Start Accession Talks with IEA
- Domestic News
- Defence News
- Economic News
- Cultural and Sports News
|ESTONIAN REVIEW (ISSN 1023-1951) is issued by
the Estonian Foreign Ministry's
Public Diplomacy and Media Relations Department
|ESTONIAN REVIEW is compiled in co-operation with the|
Baltic News Service www.bns.ee and Estonian Public Broadcasting news.err.ee