The VerityCon23, organized by the Western Balkans Fund, is a joint effort of governments in the region, including Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, North Macedonia, Montenegro, and Serbia. It plays a key role in promoting people-to-people relations and addressing current challenges.
The project aims to mitigate deepening media polarization in support of voters’ informed decision-making in Georgia and V4 states by assessing internal and external political factors that stimulate polarization after the start of the war in Ukraine, as well as by promoting dialogue and experience exchange between media and civil society of Georgia and V4 States.
The team of Strategic Analysis supports The Armenian Institute of International and Security Affairs in the implementation of the project “Development of Strategic Communication Skills: Lessons from Visegrad Four's Experience”, supported by the International Visegrad Fund.The project is aimed at developing and introducing a course on strategic communication and hybrid threats for Armenian public servants and representatives of civil society organizations.
The team of Strategic Analysis supports The Euro-Atlantic Council of North Macedonia in cooperation with nine partners from the Balkan and Visegrad countries will implement the project “Increasing awareness of the hybrid threats: Strengthening resilience in the Western Balkans”, supported by the International Visegrad Fund.
Membership in the NATO is more questionable. At the moment, in short, it does not look like Georgia will be acting on its membership aspiration if still being in place at all, but the cooperation is deepening.