Post-August War Georgia discussed in Mexico

The event was hosted by the Museum of Memory and Tolerance in Mexico., 08 Sep 2014 - 18:40, Tbilisi,Georgia

The situation of Georgia and the complications that erupted following the Russia-Georgia war in 2008 has been discussed at the special conference held at the Museum of Memory and Tolerance in Mexico.

"Georgia: Six years after the war” was the name of the conference that was organised by the Georgian Embassy in Mexico. The event focused on the country’s situation after the Russia-Georgia 2008 war.

The county’s post-war development, humanitarian problems resulting from the crisis, hard living conditions for internally displaced people (IDP) and refugees, the interrupted process of returning home and Russia’s illegal and provocative actions at administrative borders of Georgia and its breakaway regions were the main topics discussed at the conference.

Georgian Ambassador to Mexico Malkhaz Mikeladze and professors form the Ibero-American University delivered speeches at the event.

The Embassy was now working to organise a photo exhibition about the Georgian IDP problems at the Mexico Museum of Memory and Tolerance.