Kaljulaid to speak on Munich Security Conference panel on Saturday evening ({{commentsTotal}})

President Kersti Kaljulaid at a meeting with Pärnu municipal leaders. Feb. 2, 2017. Source: (Ardi Truija/Pärnu Postimees)
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Estonian President Kersti Kaljulaid will speak on an English-language panel at the 53. Munich Security Conference at 6 p.m. Estonian time on Saturday. The panel will be streamed live on the conference website.

Kaljulaid will be a speaker on the panel discussion "The Fault Lines of Eurasia," moderated by Ian Bremmer, president and founder of the New York City-based Eurasia Group.

Other speakers on the panel will include President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev, Prime Minister of Georgia Giorgi Kvirikashvili, Chairman of the Senate of the Parliament of Kazakhstan and former Prime Minister of Kazakhstan Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, former Prime Minister of Ukraine, President of the Narodnyi Front Party and founder of the Open Ukraine Foundation Arseniy Yatsenyuk.

For information regarding live coverage of this panel and other MSC events, visit the security conference website.

The MSC is an annual conference held in February which brings together more than 450 senior decision-makers from around the globe, "including heads of state, ministers, leading personalities of international and non-governmental organizations as well as high ranking representatives of industry, media, academia and civil society" in order to discuss current and future security-related issues.

According to the event's website, the MSC was named "Best Think Tank Conference" in the world again in 2017 by an extensive University of Pennsylvania study.

Editor: Aili Vahtla



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