2002 Events Calendar
From February 8 to February 10, 2002 Co-Chairman of the Armenian Atlantic Association, Professor Nikolay Hovhanissyan, participated by the invitation of the Atlantic Council of the United Kingdom in the conference under the title "NATO, Terrorism and a New World Order", organized by the Atlantic Council of the UK and Trades Union Committee for European and Transatlantic Understanding.
During the first week of March AAA Board member and the former Ambassador of Armenia to Germany Ashot Voskanian has been invited by the Dutch Atlantic Council to deliver lectures in the framework of the conference titled "Security in the South Caucasus - Armenian Factor".
Within the first week of April, by the invitation of Netherlands Atlantic Association the delegate of AAA Ms. Gayane Melikyan has participated in the Youth Conference in The Hague. This was the first time for AAA being granted a chance to send his young delegate to the Conference.
From April 11 to 15, 2002 by the invitation of Turkish Atlantic Council, AAA Co-Chairman, Professor Nikolay Hovhannisyan, participated in the "12th International Antalya Conference on Security and Cooperation".
From June 17 to June 19, 2002 Executive Director of AAA, Mr. Tevan Poghosyan, participated in the PfP Consortium's Fifth Annual Conference in Paris. Consequently, AAA has been involved in working with the two groups: Crisis Management in South Caucasus and Civil Military Relations working groups.
From August 5-8, 2002, AAA Co-Chairman, Professor Hovhannisyan and Executive Director, Tevan Poghosyan had taken a part in the Southern Caucasus Regional Crisis Management Seminar organized by George C. Marshal European Center for Security Studies in Burg Stadt Schlaining, Austria. 45 participants from Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia participated in the seminar devoted to proposition of new ways for cooperation in the Caucasus
On September 27-29, 2002 Co-Chairman Professor Nikolay Hovhannisyan participated in the 53rd Rose-Roth Seminar, Tibilisi, Georgia under the auspices of NATO Parliamentary Assembly. The seminar had been organized in co-operation with the Parliament of Georgia and the Geneva Center for Democratic Control of Armed Forces (DCAF).
On October 20-24, 2002, the group of five students from Armenia took part in the Prague Atlantic Student Summit. This was the first event that young members of Armenian Youth Atlantic Association participated and took an active role in NATO simulations and Q&A sessions.