Caucasus Tastes and Flavours

The Caucasus Business and Development Network (CBDN) and peacebuilding organisation International Alert are holding ‘Caucasus Tastes and Flavours’, an exhibition of Caucasian Brand's tea, honey, cheese and wine, in the square at the Martiros Saryan monument in Yerevan on 10 July 2014 from 4-8pm.

CBDN invites citizens and guests of Yerevan to taste, discuss and give feedback on Caucasian Brands, which are the result of regional cooperation and symbols of an economically connected and cooperating South Caucasus.

During the exhibition, you will have a great opportunity to meet CBDN representatives from different corners of the region and discuss with them the idea behind regional ‘peace cheese’, what role bees play in peacebuilding, how the wonderful aromas of Caucasian teas can contribute to the peaceful transformation of conflict, and much more.

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Caucasus Business and Development Network (CBDN)

CBDN is a regional network of like-minded people from the South Caucasus and Turkey who engage economic actors from across the region in initiatives that promote peace and cooperation. It was founded in 2005 and its work is guided by a shared vision of an economically connected and cooperating peaceful Caucasus. Find out more at www.caucasusbusiness.net

International Alert

International Alert is one of the world’s leading peacebuilding organisations, with nearly 30 years of experience laying the foundations for peace. We work with local people in over 25 countries around the world to help them build peace. We have been working in the Caucasus since 1993 to encourage dialogue and cooperation across conflict divides. Find out more at www.international-alert.org

For media enquiries, please contact:

CBDN Yerevan office

Aghavni Karakhanyan
T: 094 436123
aghavni.karakhanian@gmail.com

Shushan Khatlamajyan
T: 093 827525
shushan.khatlamajyan@gmail.com

International Alert (London)

Ilaria Bianchi
Head of Communications
T: + 44 (0)207 627 6858
M: +44 (0)7910 255 256
ibianchi@international-alert.org

This initiative is funded by the UK Conflict Pool and the European Union.