Geocase has signed a Letter of Intent on Cooperation with Middle East Institute (MEI) - the oldest Washington-based non-governmental institution dedicated solely to the study of the Middle East, providing expert policy analysis, educational and professional development services, and a hub for engaging with the region's arts and culture.
Cooperation between the think tanks aims to enhance research partnership and explore possibilities of collaboration on fellowship exchange.
In the framework of the agreement the parties will organize mutual projects, workshops, conferences and events in order to provide audience discussions and expert standpoints on various actual topics of the region and beyond.
The document was signed by Mr Victor Kipiani, the Chairman of Geocase, and Dr Iulia Joja, the Director of the Frontier Europe Initiative, Middle East Institute (MEI).
“Further strengthening our professional ties with respected analytical centers will support our unfaltering commitment to provide accountable research and unbiased analysis,” – noted Victor Kipiani.
This cooperation will enable both parties to exchange the best available knowledge and experience. It will also facilitate promoting art and cultural relations between the regions.