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  • SCIENTIFIC COOPERATION

  • The Caucasus Bureau of the Centre for East European Studies, UW

     

    The Caucasus Bureau, formally an academic unit of the Centre for East European Studies at the University of Warsaw, was established according to an agreement between Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University and University of Warsaw during an official visit of UW delegation in autumn 2005, with Rector Wojciech Tygielski, in Tbilisi and in accordance to an “Agreement of the Frameworks of Mutual Cooperation” signed by the authorities of both Universities on the 26th October 2000. Tbilisi State University provided The Caucasus Bureau with a hall no. 161 in the 2nd university building.

    The main field of Caucasus Bureau’s activity is organization of cooperation between academic units of University of Warsaw and South Caucasian universities (academic cooperation, assistance for researchers, informational base and academic contacts).

    The Centre for East European Studies UW as an initiator of establishment of The Caucasus Bureau has consulted this idea with other academic units of the University of Warsaw (Institute of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology, Institute of Archeology, Center of Mediterranean Archeology, Institute of Sociology, Institute of History, Center of Polish Language “Polonicum”, Department of Local Policy and Development at the Institute of Social, Economic Geography) and received their agreement, interest and the will to cooperate.

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