3. Collaboration with the European Policy Center in Brussels to produce regular reports, analytical materials and commentary on issues related to the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, as well as create a space for discussion of the conflict and related topics.
4. Collaboration with the International Peace Institute in Vienna to bring together experts from the region and the international community to address particularly difficult moments in the conflict resolution process.
5. Carrying out mentoring functions for young professionals and researchers dealing with the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict and broader Caucasian topics both within the region and throughout the EU.
Despite the professionalism and specificity of spheres of activity, during the period of hostilities, the consortium "European Partnership for the Peaceful Settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict" distinguished itself by the lack of any measures, as well as the lack of response to events in the conflict area. This suggests that it is advisable to allocate large sums of money to support its member organizations. Over the decade of their work, these organizations have had the opportunity to accumulate an arsenal of means of positive influence on the course of the conflict settlement. In fact, many of the activities aimed at finding common ground between the parties to the conflict have been undertaken for reporting.
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