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Už santykių su Rusijos pilietine visuomene palaikymą atsakingas EESRK vidaus organas yra ES ir Rusijos tęstinio darbo komitetas.

Po to, kai 2022 m. vasario 24 d. Rusijos Federacijos valdžia pradėjo karą prieš Ukrainą, laisva pilietinė visuomenė Rusijoje buvo nutildyta specialiais teisės aktais ir stiprėjančiomis represijomis, tuo tarpu daugelis režimo kritikų buvo priversti emigruoti.

Dabartinėmis sudėtingomis aplinkybėmis EESRK nutarė palikti atviras duris dialogui su prieš karą nusiteikusiais Rusijos pilietinės visuomenės atstovais, esančiais ES teritorijoje.

Tai paskatino konstruktyvų keitimąsi informacija ir nuomonėmis apie tai, kaip reikėtų plėtoti santykius karui pasibaigus ir kaip susigrąžinti laisvę ir demokratiją Rusijoje.

  • Ms Kamila Partyka - Policy Officer
    Directorate-General for Education, Youth, Sport and Culture, European Commission
    Ms Kamila Partyka, EC: EU-Russia Cooperation in Higher Education
  • Ms Tatiana Babrauskiene
    European Economic and Social Committee
    Ms Tatiana Babrauskiene, EESC - Aligning higher education in the EU and Russia
  • Mr Gediminas Ramanauskas Policy Officer C-1 Strategy, EFTA and enlargement countries, Russia, Asia and Pacific
    DG Research & Innovation European Commission
    Mr Ramanauskas, European Commission: EU-Russia Cooperation in the Areas of Science, Research and Innovation
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