Information Fund of the Commonwealth of Independent States
Fonds d'information de la Communauté des Etats indépendants
June 1996, Brussels (Belgium), by Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), as the juridically and economically independent foreign branch of Humanitarian Fund for the Development of the Commonwealth of Independent States, Moscow. Registered in accordance with Belgian law.
Broaden the exchange of legal, economic, financial, scientific and cultural information between the CIS and the European Union; assist development of the mass media in CIS countries; diffuse activities of EU and CIS institutions through the mass media.Available with paid subscription only.
Diffuses activities of EU and CIS institutions in the mass media. Prepares and places articles and TV emissions on relevant subjects. Assists mass media of the CIS in seeking publicity promoters in EU countries. Organizes round tables, seminars, exhibitions, presentations, exchanges (journalists, scientists, parliamentarians, businessmen). Instrumental in setting up: Brussels International Banking Club (BIBC), to promote rapprochement between banking institutions of CIS and EU.
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