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 We will discuss the following issues at the 23rd Eurasian Economic Summit



“Productivity, progress, technological and economic development"


  • How will the new dimensions of globalization or the New World Order affect global and regional strategic and economic cooperation? How will the new map be shaped?
  • We will talk about One Belt-One Road Project as an important dimension of globalization. Although this project which we have been on the agenda for five years in order to make joint projects in the Eurasia Region where different communities and cultures live together and contribute to the development of common feelings and thoughts, targets an economic corridor, we will actually open it to discussion as a philosophy that will bring peace, stability and peace.
  • Will technological development and informatics economy be the driving force of sustainable economy?
  • What will be the lifespan of technology, the definition of development and the impact of IT on technology?
  • New tools for being an economic power,
  • The future of regional geo-strategic projects and investments and their effects,
  • How should we reconsider the definitions of productivity for sustainable development?
  • Transportation: Strategic and commercial collaborations and future Dynamics
  • The role of strategic cooperation of Azerbaijan, Georgia and Turkey in regional development,
  • Contribution of technological and economic development to social development?
  • The future problem of information-equipped young people and brain drain.




“Long-term sustainable energy policies in Eurasia”


  • The impact of energy projects on regional development and sustainability of energy projects.
  • Development of global energy industry and the future of oil together with transformation of global energy: can it be a way to sustainability based on renewable energy sources?
  • What are the up and down digital transformation strategies for sustainable growth in the period of energy transitions and new technological partnerships with the global environment and in the industry of oil and gas?
  • What impact can economic and political trends in the energy sector have on risk assessment in global energy governance? What kind of impacts does Southern Gas Corridor Project would have on supply security of region and regional development?
  • Changing gas markets in the face of increasing renewable energy sources: what are the values for future LNG?
  • What are the effects of supply security issues on the future of gas?
  • What is the importance of global trends in partnerships and energy sector for Sustainable Energy Future of Eurasia?
  • How can we assess the challenges and opportunities for the global energy sector when it comes to a long-term development strategy with low greenhouse gas emissions?
  • How to address market liberalization as the driving force of renewable and innovative solutions?




“Workshop on Gender Equality Debates”


  • Gender equality on globalized world, the role of woman on social development,
  • Woman and politics,
  • Today, science and technology have progressed in a dizzying speed. Naturally, social, cultural, individual life and values; socio-economic and political settlements and paradigms have changed in parallel to.
  • Women talents comprising half the population cannot be ignored while the world economy is passing through a period of weak growth. A number of research show that the strengthening of the diversity of a social life will also increase the productivity of the institutions and countries.
  • The current conjuncture compels a woman agenda for those countries and companies aiming to be placed among the giant economies and advanced democracies of the World.
  • Ipso facto, it is our main goal to generate a change of perception related to the social-gender equality, implement respective practices targeting at the enhancement of position and ratio of women, creating of atmosphere for a gender-sensitive family, school and work place.
  • Unfortunately, the goals designated for Social Gender Equality do not provide with their realization only by their placement on the National Acting Plans, on legal arrangements and or their declaration only. The enforcement of the laws is as cardinal as its enactment. A successive transformation program can only be encouraged by the executive authority and be implemented if entirely endorsed.
  • The women and men in the top executive positions, are you willing to utilize your power in the private, public sectors and politics in order to enhance the presence of women at all levels of life?
  • How can we remove the present stereotypes, and transform the existing corporate culture?
  • How can we create new and innovative policies?
  • During our meeting all those questions will be substantially discussed.
  • The projects applied at workplaces, model examples and experiences be taken into perusal together with the exemplary resolutions models having been sought after.




“Meeting the needs and expectations of future generations from this day”


  • What are the impacts of contemporary municipal services of the 21st century on local development?
  • What is the importance of being human-oriented, equitable and inclusive, and multidimensional in local development?
  • The importance of social municipalism for a better standard of living?
  • What do we understand about economic development, social networking and inclusiveness, political participation and cultural pluralism in the concept of Social Municipalism?
  • What are the necessities of socializing, directing, assisting and investing in Social Municipalism?
  • On the urban platform where the municipalities will exchange views on policies for ecology and environment, transportation, social services, women, youth, disabled and children, cheap and healthy food production and energy issues, we will discuss the needs and expectations of today and the possibilities for future generations to meet their needs and expectations.



“Cooperation potentials needed to be approached by humanity"


  • Collaboration against terrorism
  • Collaboration against involuntary migration
  • Collaboration against natural disasters
  • Collaboration against coronavirus
  • Cooperation on climate issue
  • Disagreements should not be an obstacle in front of the cooperation.





“Respect for human rights, ending the occupation-

Can injustice be sustained?”


  • Terror - The biggest problem of humanity
  • The impacts of unsolved conflicts on regional cooperation and development
  • How occupation of Nagorno-Karabakh effects region?
  • Religion and tolerance
  • The biggest international problem faced by brotherly Azerbaijan is the occupation of Nagorno-Karabakh. One-fifth of the Azerbaijani territory has been occupied by the Armenia and the difficulties of this occupation have continued for years despite all international objections.
  • Due to the occupation, which clearly violates the basic principles of international law, more than 1 million immigrants are trying to live in difficult conditions far from their homes and lands before the eyes of the world.
  • As the Marmara Group Foundation, we will bring the Karabakh issue to the agenda at the 23rd Eurasian Economic Summit.
  • We will present our solution to the public carefully and diligently by the owners of the issue and open it for discussion and evaluation without wasting more time to solve this injustice in the most realistic way.




“Importance of diplomatic power, reliability of economy”


  • With technology, the world has shrunk and nowadays we have shifted from a small number of polar structures to a multicenter world strategy.
  • The chaos that we are living today stems from our attempt to manage the 21st century institutions with the 20th century institutions. In today's world, where digital technology and geopolitical power have diminished, power shifts to economics and diplomacy.
  • This leads to power imbalance. Therefore, we have started to discuss the concept of democracy. However, it was said that the search would end when democracy was reached. Today, global democracy has been replaced by diplomatic power in the economy and relations with the promise of prosperity.
  • Welfare-declining societies favor leaders who promise to sustain wealth. When they say that they will revive their countries, they are dragging the world into chaos. Today, instead of pluralist democracy, the future of the world became a structure at the mercy of its leaders. This structure dragged democracy into chaos with its strong diplomacy.
  • Global warming is one of the most important agenda items in this field. We are experiencing climate change. Disasters are happening in agriculture. We are experiencing global hurricanes, typhoons, extreme hot and cold weather. We're in a geological recession. Global losses caused by climate threaten human life.
  • Globalization, economic crises, religious and ethnic differences as a threat to each other, regional conflicts, the spread of micro-nationalism, the movement of capital, boundless of electronic communication, the phenomenon of immigration created by the movement of vast masses in the world have diminished the importance of digital technology and geopolitical power in our world today.




“From state leadership and commitments to action”

Participation, representation, responsibility, human rights, global peace and global security


  • Politics in the world is blocked due to the inability to develop new policies. The clogged politics brought unconventional leaders to the power in democracies and with them the return to the policies of fear began. Managing the state through changes in values along with fear policies brought up the agenda the necessity of the fulfillment of rights and freedoms; and the right of everyone to live socially and internationally. Some leaders lead the country by creating fear of immigration, fear of refugee, some of them by fear of Islamophobia, fear of terrorism, and some of them by fear of extreme nationalism. Restrictions on freedom of thought and expression, concessions from human rights, disruption of the media and the judiciary, wars, declines in the economy, from the most developed countries to the most underdeveloped countries caused the young people and women of different countries which has different dreams from governments to began to search for solutions on the streets. Angry people on the streets in many countries on every continent of the world!
  • Are mass demonstrations that fill the streets today from France to South America, from Lebanon to Hong Kong, a sign that world youth and women are bored of today's politicians? The mass demonstrations on the streets indicate the emergence of a new politics or the end of go haywire democracies? The reasons are different but dissatisfaction with the current economic and political order is the common denominator of all!
  • Shouldn't governance institutions effectively guarantee the rights of health, adequate housing, adequate food, quality education, fair justice and personal security?
  • Should not the importance of the individual, the existence of society, the power of power, the administration of the state, the legal basis of legitimacy, the use of sovereignty, compliance with the law, the functioning of the law, the structure of the bureaucracy, the value of civil society's own dynamics be known?
  • The reasons of political indifference and  importance of human rights, global peace, global security, separation of powers in the state of law together with transparency, secularism, culture of democracy and the place of civil society in democracy are aimed to be discussed in the 23rd Eurasian Economic Summit.