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STU host Int. Conference on Globalisation and International Challenges

The Technical University of Georgia (STU) hosted the 8th session of the international conference on Globalisation and international challenges.

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The Technical University of Georgia (STU) hosted the 8th session of the international conference on Globalisation and international challenges. Students from STU and many foreign Universities participated in the conference to discuss the major global challenges and share their personal views.

The participants also included faculty members and educational experts from Georgia and other countries. Many notable participants who attended the meeting included Senator Michael Hartz from the Saarland University of Technology and Economics, Professors Wilhelm Hauser and Stefan Hutter from the University of Pannonia’s Faculty of Business and Economics along with Professor Victoria Tsuponi Beata and Fehervolgui.

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Deputy Reactor STU, during his opening remarks, expressed gratitude to the faculty members of the Department of Business Technology for organizing this conference. He also lauded the international participants of the meeting and welcomed them to the University.

 

 

Speaking on the conference theme, Professor Tamar Lominadze urged countries to strike a balance between globalization and economic self-sufficiency. According to him, this balance becomes necessary as global supply chains are directly affected by the economic and political process.

While underlining the importance of cooperation and joint efforts, she said that Georgia has taken many steps in the past to address challenges posed by the pandemic despite the economic disturbance. He also underlined the significance of dialogue and cooperation in addressing global economic issues.

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On the other hand, the University Dean Rusudan Kutateladze, while speaking specifically on the issue, stressed that ” Scientific engagement among the countries at regional and international level play a vital role in shaping economic models. He further underlined that this kind of conference should be held regularly.

 

The five main issues that the attendees deliberated on included business, finance, tourism, public administration, law, and multidisciplinary studies. Sessions on each addressed distinguished professors in their respective fields.

 

The key speakers also touched on the common international issues that can be tackled only with multinational collaboration, like climate change, global warming, etc.

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