of fascism
in the 21st century
in Europe
and ways to prevent it
Media partners
The upcoming conference "The Resurgence of Fascism in the 21st Century in Europe and the Possibilities of Preventing It", which will be held online from 6 to 7 December 2022, is just the first step in our joint cooperation.
Ladies and Gentlemen,
Dear participants of conference!
I would like to thank you for responding to our invitation on behalf of the organizing committee of the conference, which includes the Center for Geostrategic Studies from Serbia and the European analytical portal IMHOCLUB.EU.
We know from historical experience that economic crisis and technological change are two factors that lead to strong shocks and potential large-scale conflicts. In the era of nuclear weapons of great destructive power existence, the propensity for conflicts is extremely dangerous. That is why, more than ever, we need peace initiatives, conflict de-escalation strategies and community revitalization in order to perceive and prevent potential conflicts.
80 years have passed since anti-fascist move ments in Europe were created, and today we faced with this problem again, which we thought was solved by the end of the Second World War. The economic and migration crisis in Europe in recent years has led to an increase in social discontent expressed by citizens of many European countries. At the same time radical ideas that promoted conflicts in society were born. Big changes are happening in all spheres of human activity, fueled by a new technological revolution.
Dragana Trifkovic,
Director General of the Center for Geostrategic Studies,
Serbia, Belgrade
I cordially greet you and see you soon at our first online conference!
The purpose of our conference-
We invite European and world scientists, professors, peace activists, independent journalists and intellectuals to participate in the dialogue and join our initiatives.
bring together the academic community, independent intellectuals and journalists, public figures and individuals who notice these problems and make efforts to solve them. I am deeply convinced that these categories of society can identify current problems and give the best answers in order to determine the overall strategy for de-escalating the conflict. We, as organizers, will make every effort to ensure that the upcoming discussion takes place at a high level and in a constructive spirit.
Address of
Broadcast recording
First day
Second day
The conference agenda
"Phenomena of Fascism in Europe: Historical and Theoretical Aspects"
Alexander Gaponenko (Latvia)
Dejan Mirovich (Serbia)
Claudio Celani (Italy)
Konstantinos Isychos (Greece)
Dragana Trifkovic (Serbia)
"Fascization of societies in the post-Soviet countries and the possibilities of overcoming it"
Mateusz Piskorski (Poland)
Mehdi Logunov (Ukraine)
Vahan Babayan (Armenia)
Ainur Kurmanov (Kazakhstan)
Boris Shapovalov (Moldova)
Participants of the conference
Participants of the conference
Patrick Poppel
2006-2008 – Student at the University of Vienna. Started his career in 2008 in business.
Since 2019, he is a freelance journalist and political commentator.
Currently he is the chairman of the Club of Friends of Crimea in Austria, he is engaged in the development of socio-political and cultural ties between the Russian world and Europe. Acted as an international observer for elections in the Republic of South Ossetia, as well as in the Russian Federation (Crimea), Donetsk People's Republic and the Republic of Abkhazia.
Official Representative of the Republic of Ossetia in Austria
Vahan Shotaevich Babayan
Public, political figure, deputy of the National Assembly of the Republic of Armenia of the 5th convocation (since 2012) from the Reform Party.
Valentin Vacev
Associate Professor of Philosophy and Ethics, PhD (Philosophy of History) / National Centre for Public Opinion Research under the Parliament of the Republic of Bulgaria 1990 -1991, Senior Expert in Social Research Methodology Department.
Analytical Centre of the Supreme Council of the Bulgarian Socialist Party 1991-1997 Expert and Senior Expert, Member of the Supreme Council and Executive Bureau
BG-Net News Agency 1997 - 1998 Analyst.
News research.
Standard News Agency 1998 - 1999 Senior Analyst,
analysis methodology.
European College of Economics and Management 2000 - 2015, European Higher School of Economics and Management 2016-2018: Assistant Professor in the Department of Philosophy and Ethics, Head of International Educational Projects, Head of the Department of Behavioural Studies
Plovdiv State University "Paisii Hilendarski" 2000 -2018: Political Science and Philosophy State University of Library and Information Technology - Sofia 2015 - 2022: geopolitics.
University courses:
Academy of Social Sciences and Social Administration:
History of modern European philosophy, German classical philosophy, German philosophy of the 19th and 20th centuries, modern theories of knowledge, philosophy of history, philosophy of the postmodern, etc.
European College of Economics and Management:
Modern philosophy in Europe and the USA, theories and history of European integration, European studies, geopolitics and geo-economics.
Plovdiv State University named after Paisius Hilendarski. Paisii Hilendarski:
Logic, history of geopolitics, basics of geopolitics, political science, globalisation theories, regional development and security, theories and methodology of European integration, philosophy of politics, etc.
State University of Librarianship and Information Technology - Sofia: Political Science and Philosophy.
Varna Free University and European College of Economics and Management: development of European Union institutions.
Alina Lipp
University of Hildesheim graduate. Resides in Donbass.
Russian-German journalist, blogger, founder of the Internet resource "Alinas Blog: Neues aus Russland".
Was persecuted by the German authorities for her beliefs.
Konstantinos Isychos
Was alternative Minister of Defense of the Hellenic Republic in the first Syriza government in 2015 and co-president of Greek-Russian ministerial working group. He was a Syriza deputy at the Hellenic parliament, but resigned in protest to the government's not respecting the referendum results in August 2015. He later co-founded the Popular Unity party along with other ex-ministers and ex-members of the Syriza Party. Earlier he headed the department of international policy and defense at Syriza.
Costas Isychos is currently deputy general secretary of international association Friends of Crimea. He served as Vice President of Federation of civil aviation trade unions in Athens, and Vice President of Athens Labor center. He studied political and economic sciences at York University in Toronto, Canada and in Havana, Cuba.
Shota Apkhaidze
Political scientist, Director, Center for Islamic Studies of the Caucasus.
Purnima Anand
Has 30 years of experience in networking and public relations with national and international political, diplomatic, corporate, industrial, educational institutions and media representatives. Professionally trained to work with the program of the government and ministries of India on various issues such as the welfare of women, children, youth and the rural sector. Also, environment, microfinance, microentrepreneur, forward and backward linkages, handicraft development, marketing and financial solutions. Worked with numerous organizations such as Programs development of the United Nations, diplomatic missions, the Russian Embassy in India, AIWC, institutions of Hadi, as well as governmental and non-governmental departments. Repeatedly received numerous awards and honors from national and international organizations. Current job: President of the BRICS International Forum – networking between the BRICS countries (+) to unite all Indian public organizations with countries. Works on research issues and her main agenda is to build relationships with diplomatic sector and state governments for “Vision India 2020” Program.
Rishabh Sethi
Master Scholar of International Relations at Tver State University, Russia.
Expert analyst of International relations. Also he is an international speaker and actively working in the sphere of international relations under the theme of humanitarian cooperation and public diplomacy. Also, he's a mechanical engineer and worked many years in the sphere of engineering.
Abd al-Salam Abd al-Majid al-Aqili
PhD from the University of Basra, Department of Translation, received Bachelor's And Master's degrees of English at the College of Education, University of Basra, Department of English. Received Doctor’s degree in translation at the National Pedagogical University of Ukraine. Association of Translators of Iraq’s member since 1989. Engaged in research, writing and scientific activity. Wrote the books "Fundamentals of Intercultural Competence of a Translator", "Translated nuggets", "Translational thinking", discourse analysis for translation, the role and impact of education translator and etc.
Participated in scientific conferences in Iraq and abroad. He also translated many sortstories and articles published in local and international newspapers and scientific journals.
Nabil Abdullah Al Qait
Professor, Head of the Akkadian Organization for Cultural Exchange between Iraq and Russia.
Sandro Domenico Teti
President of the Alferov Foundation of Italy. Publisher, journalist, editor, political scientist and subject matter expert in international relations, with a special focus on the states of the post-Soviet space. Consultant for Internationalization, Communications and Corporate Institutional Relations, heads Teti Consulting firm.
Graduated from the Faculty of Political Science of the Milan State University, and from 1981 to 1984 he worked at the “Novosti” Soviet news agency in Moscow.
Headed the II Calendario del Popolo historical cultural magazine, and since 2005 is in charge in Nobel Prize winner Zhores Alferov’ Fund. Since 2016. - Head of the Italian branch of International Center for Multiculturalism in Baku, which currently operates in 27 countries.
The Sandro Teti Editore Publishing House, one of the oldest cultural magazines in the country, has a special interest in the countries of the post-Soviet space, publishes the following series: History, Russians and Italy, Prose and poetry, Theater texts. The Sandro Teti Editore catalog contains more than 1000 publications.
Claudio Celani
Journalist. Co-editor of the EIR Strategic Alert Service newsletter and advisor to the Schiller Institute President. Report : "The Role Of the UK In Promoting Historic And Contemporary Fascism".
Ainur Albekovich Kurmanov
Kazakh politician, public figure, journalist. Leader of the Socialist Movement of Kazakhstan, founder and chairman of the republican public association "Talmas", Head of Information Service of the Eurasian Bureau of the World Federation of Trade Unions, Coordinator of International Coalition to Prohibit Biological Weapons. In November 2010, he was elected at the founding conference of the Republican independent trade union "Zhanartu" as deputy chairman. In May 2011, he was elected as a Co-Chairman of the Socialist Movement of Kazakhstan.
Was forced to leave for Moscow in the fall of 2011, from where he continued to supportthe struggle of independent trade unions of Kazakhstan.
In 2018, at the conference of trade unions and workers' organizations of the CIS countries in Moscow, he was elected as a Head of the Information Center of the Eurasian Bureau of the World Federation of Trade Unions. At the end of 2020 initiates the foundation of the International Coalition to Prohibit Biological Weapons and American laboratories, which included representatives of parties, movements and public figures from nine countries.
Ge Zhili
Professor of the Far Eastern Branch of Moscow University of Consumer Cooperation.
Honorary Consul of the Republic of Abkhazia. Adviser to the People's Government of Jiamusi City, Heilongjiang Province, China. Adviser of Chinese National Economic System Reform Research Association under the National Development and Reform Commission of the State Council of the People's Republic of China. Advisor to All-China Association for the Promotion of International Friendship.
Consultant for the Representative Office of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation in Khabarovsk on trade and economic cooperation with East Asian countries. Chairman of the Society for Exchange and Cooperation with Russia, Eastern Europe and Central Asia of All-China Association for Research and Development of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Translator and publisher of the book "Learning Judo with Vladimir Putin" from Russian to Chinese.
Chairman of the One Belt, One Road Committee of the China Border and Quarantine Association. Chairman of the Beijing Information and Consultative Eurasia Limited Liability Company.
Mikhail Rodin
Associate Professor at the Department of European Studies at the Baltic International Academy. Researcher, Institute of European Studies, Latvia. Tallinn University of Technology.
Experience: "Socio-economic Crisis in The Baltic States: Causes and Prospects of Resolution" Latvia-Estonia/ 2008-2011. "Russian Material Heritage in the Baltic States," Russian World. Latvia-Lithuania-Estonia. 2008-2010. "The Russian Question in the Baltic States." Latvia-Lithuania-Estonia. 2005-2007. "Political Elite in the Baltic States and Russia" 2006-2007. "The Political Elite in the Baltic States and in the Russian Federation". 1998-1999. "National Identity, Nationalism and Political Involvement in Latvia". 1995-1996. "Political Activities in the Baltic States During Transition to Democracy". Holder of a NATO research scholarship. 1993-1994. "The Political System of Denmark and the Baltic States: Comparative Analysis. 1992-1993 "National Prejudices: Denmark and Latvia" 1991. "The Political Elite in Latvia." 1990. Fellowship of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of China (Taiwan). Fulbright scholarship holder. Rutgers University. USA, 2004. Fulbright New Century Fellowship Program. "Addressing Interfaith, Ethnic, and Cultural Conflicts Within and Across National Borders." USA, 2003. Fulbright Scholarship recipient, Columbia University, etc.
Valery Ivanov
Lithuanian historian, writer and public figure.
Graduated from the University of Warsaw, Master of History (1973). He was employed as the second and then the first secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Lithuanian SSR. Completed his doctoral studies at the Institute of History of the Lithuanian Academy of Sciences. From 1988 to 1991, he was the Head of the left-wing "Venibe-Unity-Yednost" Lithuanian international human rights movement. Author of a number of fiction, journalistic and philosophical books.
Was repeatedly persecuted by the Lithuanian authorities for his political views.
Sonja van den Ende
An independent Journalist from the Netherlands. Writing about Syria, the Middle East and Russia. Born in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Currently living in Moscow, Russia. Studies at the Central Queensland University (CQUniversity), Global Media, War, and Technology. Instituut Schoevers BV, Rotterdam BsC Translator English and Journalism BsC. Independent Journalist www.freesuriyah.eu
Hendrik Weber
Free author, journalist and chairman of the NGO "People's Diplomacy – Norway"
Since 2014, I have been working intensively on foreign and security policy issues and Western media coverage of Russia and Eurasia.
As the founder and chairman of the Norwegian NGO "Folkediplomati Norge",
I have been offering a platform for dialogue with Russia on a political, economic, social and cultural level since 2017.
"My journalistic training, as well as the many trips through Russia, Crimea and eastern Ukraine allow me a deeper insight and show that it is not enough just to hear and read voices.It is important to get to know the people behind these voices on the ground and thus learn their personal truth. In my lectures, books and publications, I describe the experiences I am gaining and thus reflect the unfiltered truths of people who are not to be heard in our world."
Maciej Wisniewski
Editor-in-Chief of the Strajk (Strajk.eu) left-wing Polish portal.
Mateusz Andrzej Piskorski
Polish politician, lecturer, political scientist, publicist and journalist, deputy of the Sejm of the 5th convocation.
In 2001 he graduated from the Political Science Department of the University of Szczecin. In January 2011 he received his PhD in Political Science and Journalism from Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, with a doctorate "Self-defense of the Republic of Poland in the Polish Party System”.
From 2002 to 2005 he was a lecturer at the University of Szczecin. Then he taught at the Collegium Balticum Higher Professional School, and the Janusz KorczakGraduate School of Pedagogy in Warsaw. Lectured at the Janusz Korczak College of Pedagogy in Warsaw. In 2007 he returned to teaching at the University of Szczecin. Worked at the National Radio and Television Council. From December 2009 to December 2010 was deputy director of Polish Euro Radio. He was an adjunct at the Jan Dlugosz Academy in Czestochowa. Then has the chair of the Dean of the Faculty of Political Science at the School of International Relations and American Studies in Warsaw.
He published articles in Polityce Narodowej, Obywatelu, Myśli Polskiej and Myśli.pl Polish publications.
Was subjected to repressions for his political beliefs.
Larisa Yurtayeva
Chairwoman of the Council of the "League of Women Voters of Siberia" Interregional Public Organization. She actively participates in the development and implementation of socially significant programs in the field of achieving truly friendly relations between the peoples of the world, building civil society, human rights, social protection of the population, and the interests of families, women and children of different cultures and nationalities. She has extensive experience in preventing human trafficking and assisting victims to return to full life, in seeking charitable assistance and coordinating necessary support for people in difficult life situations, etc. Currently is a speaker, Deputy Chairman of the organizing committee of international industrial exhibitions EXPO-RUSSIA, Head of the Department of public projects of the "Regions of Russia" media holding, a member of the supervisory board of the youth project "Better Russia" is actively engaged with foreign partners, including the organization of industrial exhibitions EXPO-RUSSIA in 2022 (Serbia - Belgrade, Armenia - Yerevan, Vietnam - Hanoi). Awarded the honorary title of "UPF WORLD Ambassador" by a non-governmental organization with special status at the UN Economic and Social Council in 2014. Withdrew her credentials on 07.04.2022 with the withdrawal of Russia from the UN. Participated in many international conferences and meetings in Russia and abroad on the topic of security, with the participation of prominent political figures and representatives of law enforcement agencies. In 2020 she submitted "My Motherland - Great Russia" new socially significant project to the Civic Chamber of Russian Federation, dedicated to patriotic education of cadets. Since 2006, she has been actively developing volunteer and charity movement in Novosibirsk city. Heads Information Projects Department of the "Regions of Russia" media holding: "National Priorities”.
Julia Berg
She is a political scientist who graduated from St Petersburg University. Specialises in projects in culture, politics, social life and ecology.
Founder of the Centre for Social and Cultural Initiatives and International Business Development Centre. She has practical experience in public diplomacy and mediation and has organised international projects, conferences and discussions on these issues. Currently running the GlobUs project (www.globus.expert) as a platform for discussion on the ongoing global changes and shaping the desired future.
Ivan Kopyl
Lawyer, human rights activist. Organization "Fair Protection".
Alexander Kamkin
Working experience:
Center for Comparative Socio-Economic and Political Studies at Primakov National Research Institute of World Economy and International Relations of Russian Academy of Sciences;
Center of German studies of Institute of Europe at Russian Academy of Sciences; Subsidiary of Saint-Petersburg engineering and economic university in the city of Cherepovets; Moscow state linguistic university.
Lecture of the section of German-Russian translation of Faculty of translation and interpreting, senior lecturer of section of foreign languages of foreign citizens education faculty.
Dragana Trifkovic
Director General of the Center for Geostrategic Studies.
Master Security Manager, Certified Engineer. Area of expertise: collective security treaty organization; CIS-Russia anti-terrorism center; anti-terrorism center of member states of the Union of Independent States.
Since 2016 she is Representative of the Center for Eurasian Security in the status of Founder and Chairman. Organizer of the CSTO conference at the Serbian Parliament in April 2015. President of the "People's Movement" political movement (Serbia since 2016). She is a member of the Interparliamentary Commission on Human Rights of the Bundestag, Alternative for Germany since 2019, lecturer on geopolitics at the Academy under the President of the Russian Federation - Bryansk Branch. Participates in numerous international conferences in Serbia, Russia, Iran, Lebanon, EU, Africa, etc. Permanent member of the Council of International Experts of the Yalta Economic Forum and member of the Council of Experts of Strong Russia (Russia). Cooperates as an expert with the Center for Strategic Assessments and Forecasts and the Center for Strategic Conjunctures (RF). Member of the Commission of the Austrian-Abkhazian Association for the Development of International Relations of the Republic of Abkhazia and Advisor to the International Committee of the World Congress for Hindu Rights in Bangladesh. Researcher at the Ibn Sina Institute, Iran. Honorary Member of the European Institute for Security and Information, Italy. Publicist with media reports from war zones. Contributor to the Serbian magazine "Geopolitika", German magazine "ZUERST". Partner of AFRIC as an international election observer in African countries.
Tatiana Stojanovich
Regnum News Agency correspondent.
Graduated from the Faculty of Philology of the University of Belgrade in 1998. During her studies and after graduation, she was engaged in teaching and literary criticism (she was the author of magazine Knjizevna rec). From 2000 to 2010 she was teaching Serbian language at Lomonosov Moscow State University. From 2001 to 2015, she worked in the Serbian-language broadcasting editorial office of the "Voice of Russia" Federal State Broadcasting Company. Since 2017, she has works as a Balkan correspondent for Russian news agencies.
Works for REGNUM News Agency since 2020. An expert for a number of Russian printed and electronic media. Engaged in literary translation, writes short stories.
Spomena Milacic
Psychologist, expert of the Center for Geostrategic Studies.
Dejan Mirovic
Serbian lawyer, university professor and politician. University of Kosovska Mitrovica. Member of the Serbian Radical Party.
In the split between the Serbian Inner Party and the Serbian Important Party, he chose the Serbian Radical Party. He was Vice President of the Serbian United Party and officially registered legal adviser to Vojislav Seselj at the Hague Court. From 2007 to 2012, he was a member of the US Congress. He was removed from the post of vice-president of the Serbian United Party after the return of Vojislav Seselj in May 2015 for supporting an election coalition with other opposition patriotic parties (Democratic Party of Serbia and Serbian Door Movement). He resigned as legal adviser following the acquittal of Vojislav Seselj in March 2016. In 2017, the book "Russophobia among Serbs 1878-2017" was published.
In November 2018, together with academician Matija Bechkovic, historians Chedomir Antic and Aleksandar Rakovich, on the basis of the Law on Aliens of Montenegro, he was declared an “enemy of the state”, and in December 2018 he returned from the Dobrakovo border crossing. when I went to visit my mother and brother in Ulcinj. After that, Dejan Mirovich was granted a decision, according to which the term of the appointed amount was not limited, but, on the other hand, Dejan Mirovich initiated legal proceedings to get his rights as an owner.
"West or Russia"
"Consequences of Europe in the EU"
"Arguments against the gadget"
"Kosovo and Metohija - Justice, Crisis System" (Arabic translation)
"International Court of Justice and Serbia"
"Russophobia among Serbs: 1878-2017", 2017.
"Brussels Agreement - Chronology and Consequences", 2019
"Washington Agreement 2020", 2021.
"Secession in criminal law", 2022
Stevan Gajic
He is a researcher at the Institute of European Studies in Belgrade and a visiting professor at MGIMO University in Moscow. The areas of his academic expertise are American political thought (Based on his PhD dissertation he published a book From Slave to Citizen – The African-American Struggle for the Recognition of Humanity), European studies (especially the politics in central and eastern Europe and the Balkans), and Russian and post-Soviet politics and international relations. His field of expertise is in political science, diplomacy, history and geo-politics.
At the Central European University in Budapest in 2010 he finished his second MA degree in Nationalism Studies. Stevan obtained his PhD degree at the Faculty of Political Science — University of Belgrade in 2016.
Daniel Kovalik
Adjunct Professor of Law, JD, Columbia Law School
Daniel Kovalik graduated from Columbia University School of Law in 1993. He then served as in-house counsel for the United Steelworkers, AFL-CIO (USW) until 2019. While with the USW, he worked on Alien Tort Claims Act cases against The Coca-Cola Company, Drummond and Occidental Petroleum – cases arising out of egregious human rights abuses in Colombia. The Christian Science Monitor, referring to his work defending Colombian unionists under threat of assassination, described Mr. Kovalik as “one of the most prominent defenders of Colombian workers in the United States.”
Mr. Kovalik received the David W. Mills Mentoring Fellowship from Stanford University School of Law and was the recipient of the Project Censored Award for his article exposing the unprecedented killing of trade unionists in Colombia. He has written extensively on the issue of international human rights and U.S. foreign policy for the Huffington Post and Counterpunch and has lectured throughout the world on these subjects. He is the author of several books, including his most recent, “The Plot To Overthrow Venezuela, How The US Is Orchestrating a Coup for Oil,” which includes a Foreword by Oliver Stone.
Paul Craig Roberts
He is an American economist and author. He formerly held a sub-cabinet office in the United States federal government as well as teaching positions at several U.S. universities. He is a promoter of supply-side economics and an opponent of recent U.S. foreign policy.
Roberts received a doctorate from the University of Virginia where he studied under G. Warren Nutter. He worked as an analyst and adviser at the United States Congress where he was credited as the primary author of the original draft of the Economic Recovery Tax Act of 1981. He was the United States Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Economic Policy under President Ronald Reagan and – after leaving government – held the William E. Simon chair in economics at the Center for Strategic and International Studies for ten years and served on several corporate boards. A former associate editor at The Wall Street Journal, his articles have also appeared in The New York Times and Harper's, and he is the author of more than a dozen books and a number of peer-reviewed papers.
Since retiring, he has been accused of antisemitism and conspiracy theorizing by the Anti-Defamation League, Southern Poverty Law Center and others.
Ilber Vasfi Sel
Mehdi Logunov
Candidate of Technical Sciences, Director of the enterprise. Public figure. Publicist.
Persecuted by the Ukrainian authorities for his political beliefs.
Erkki Johan Beckman
A Finnish social scientist and publicist known for his articles on Russian relations with Finland and the Baltic states. By education, he is a Doctor of Social and Political Sciences. He is an Associate Professor at three Finnish universities. Positions himself as a human rights activist, Chairman of the Finnish Anti-Fascist Committee, Co-Chairman of the Eurasian People's Front, and member of the Presidium of the IGO World Without Nazism. He has written articles and works on organized crime in Russia and on relations between Finland, the USSR, Russia, and Estonia. Since 2009, has been active in cases related to the work of the Finnish guardianship authorities: cases of removal of children from Russian-speaking families.
Has been persecuted by the authorities for his political beliefs.
Arnaud Devalley
Conservative politician. Observer at the 2022 referendum in Eastern Ukraine.
Alexander Gegalczij
Graduated from the Moscow Aviation Technological Institute (MATI), postgraduate studies at MATI and MING. CARL DUISBER GESELSCHAFT, Muenchen/Koeln course.
Mechanical engineer, publicist, deputy. Manager and co-owner of small scientific, technical and commercial firms,
Trustee of the International Foundation "Russian Prize", Prague. Member of international Russian, Ruthenian and Slavic public organizations.
Zoran Vitorovic
Swiss Correspondent for Ed Assoziatione (Italy), the Swiss magazine Business and Finance (Serbia) from Switzerland, Radio Subotica, freelancer for Voice of Russia, Serbian program, etc. Editor-in-hief of TV Melos programs, Novi Sad, 2008/2009 .Editor and moderator of TV Most, Novi Sad, 2006/2008. Owner of TV and radio production "Europe and Us", Bosnia, 2001/2003.
Political Observer for BiH, FRY and Macedonia, Radio Deutsche Welle (Voice of Germany), 10 years, 1993-2003, from UN in Vienna, UN in Geneva, Banja Luka
BBC Correspondent for the UN in Vienna, South Slavic Section, for 2 years.
Editor and journalist for East West Forum - EWF, Vienna, Austria, a monthly publication - responsible for economics, finance, small and medium enterprises, Balkan and Arab countries.
International Governor of AUGP (India). Junior Privy Counselor JPC, OHA Royal Affairs Office, Royal Court of Bunyoro-Kitara
Kingdom (Uganda). Member of the Advisory Commission of Global Unification International (Australia). Goodwill Ambassador of SPMUDA (Philippines) for Switzerland. Participant in several international seminars and workshops such as "Establishing Global Peace", AUGP, India, May 2011. Delegate of ASMS to several UN conferences in Geneva, Switzerland, 2011-2013. - ASMS Delegate to the G20 Civilian Summit, Moscow, Russia, 2013. Co-owner of Caucasus International Ltd (Georgia). Representative of Swiss Strong Salles Inc (USA). Advisor to the CEO of Studio Deadalus, (UK)
- Advisor to the General Director of MPM Polyplast (Serbia)
- Advisor to the Director General of Royal Investment (Russia) - Advisor to the Director General of Belgrade (Serbia). Gen.Sec "Union of Serbian Professional Drivers Rate'sta", 2009. Belgrade/Novi Sad. General Manager of Hotel ViLaAleksander, Herceg Novi, Montenegro 1996 - 1998, advisor to the general manager of the Austrian-German gas company PREMAG/Premaberg, responsible for Croatia, BiH,.
Sergei Seredenko
Master of Laws. Head of the Sector of the Institute of European Studies ((Latvia).
Human rights defender, Russian Ombudsman of Estonia. He is the author of a number of books on fascism, Nazism, right-wing radicalism in Europe, and legal protection. Member of the international organization World Without Nazism, Anti-Fascist Committee of Estonia.
Rapporteur on human rights protection in the OSCE, the European Parliament, the State Duma of the Russian Federation.
Since March 2012, he has been in an Estonian prison on charges of anti-fascist activity. The court of first instance sentenced him to 5 years and 6 months in prison, continues to fight.
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