Over 60 Speakers at Trans-Caspian East West Trade and Transit Corridor Forum
The Caspian Policy Center (CPC) is pleased to welcome over 60 speakers from the delegations of Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Turkey, and Turkmenistan and from the United States government to the Trans-Caspian East West Trade and Transit Corridor Forum.
June 26, the first day of the Forum, co-hosted by Central Asia Program at George Washington University and Caspian Policy Center (CPC), will be open to the wider public including academics, think tanks, the business community, government officials and policy-makers from six organizing countries along with the United States. Caspian Policy Center also provides informational and analytical support to the Forum.
On June 27, the morning session will be held at the United States Congress and will be open to public, specifically to Congress staff along with academic, think tank, policy, business community, government officials and policy-makers. The second half of June 27, an event will be organized at the World Bank for businesses, think tanks and government officials to discuss practical issues of cooperation along the Trans-Caspian corridor.
To find out more about the Forum’s agenda go to www.transcaspianforum.org.