How to solve international problems by means of negotiations? Law Institute Team shows their skills at the competition on mediatization

How to solve international problems by means of negotiations? Law Institute Team shows their skills at the competition on mediatization

INC project was held in Switzerland in Lucerne this year. The competition was attended by 24 countries, including Singapore, the US, Japan, Russia, Australia, Slovakia, Italy, Scotland, England, Indonesia, India, Germany, Switzerland.

INC project was held in Switzerland in Lucerne this year. The competition was attended by 24 countries, including Singapore, the US, Japan, Russia, Australia, Slovakia, Italy, Scotland, England, Indonesia, India, Germany, Switzerland.

Russia was represented by the students of RUDN Law Institute Artem Osmanov, Alexander Zhuravkov and their mentor Kamo Chilingaryan.
The main aim of the competition is to solve international problems by means of negotiations.

The first two stages of the competition were quite smooth for our team. Bilateral negotiations with Indonesia in the second round ended with excellent results – RUDN team reached the necessary results by mutual concessions with regards to its business interests.

However, the third round was four-party: Russia, Italy, India and Scotland turned out to be the most difficult. The key challenge was the team of Scotland. One player had a strong Scottish accent, making it difficult to understand him. Half an hour later the parties achieved the desired result. RUDN took 9-12 place in the destination table.

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