Fort Ross Dialogue brings Russians, Americans, and Russian Americans together
Industry: Non Profit
Second-track meeting of US and Russian officials and community leaders to enhance the trans-Pacific relationship between Russia and the United States along the Pacific Ri
Santa Rosa, CA (PRUnderground) October 25th, 2014
Fort Ross Conservancy announced today the successful, third Fort Ross Dialogue among Russian and US experts on technology, energy, culture and history. Drawn from scholarly and other non-governmental institutions, industry and government, the Dialogue continued a second track of discussions on enhancing the trans-Pacific relationship between Russia and the United States, which dates back to the establishment of the southernmost settlement by the Russian-American Company in Fort Ross in 1812. Fort Ross Conservancy’s President Sarah Sweedler said “Fort Ross Dialogue continues substantive and informal discussions of where we might continue to cooperate in a Track II that is distinct from relations and issues between our two governments. When relations become even more challenging, a second track is all the more important.”
About Fort Ross Conservancy
The mission of Fort Ross Conservancy, Incorporated, is to promote for the benefit of the public the interpretive and educational activities of California State Parks at Fort Ross State Historic Park and Salt Point State Park.