YEAs in Georgia: Exhibition Bertha Von Suttner with EuroClub Kvareli
March 18, 2022

YEAs in Georgia: Exhibition Bertha Von Suttner with EuroClub Kvareli

The Embassy of Austria in Tbilisi, in cooperation with EuroClub Kvareli, organised an exhibition on Bertha Von Suttner at Ilia Chavchavadze State Museum in Kvareli. Bertha Von Suttner was an Austrian writer and a peace activist who was the first woman awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. She lived in Georgia and published several articles about the country.

The Exhibition was opened on 27 January by H.E. Mr. Thomas Mühlmann, the Ambassador of Austria to Georgia who highlighted the importance of her legacy for both Austria and Georgia and the cooperation among the countries. 5 YEAs attended the opening ceremony and discussed plans of YEAs initiative in Georgia with the Ambassador afterwards to get a feedback. The Ambassador also suggested a joint activity with YEAs.

The objectives of the event were to promote Bertha Von Suttner and her peace activism and to promote the Austrian-Georgian relations. The event gathered 70 participants in the exhibition during the first day and they could learn more about the Austria-Georgian relations.

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