Tsitsino holds a Bachelor in International Relations from Caucasus International University and has also studied Political Science at the Uniwersytet Łódzki (University of Lodz) in Poland, where she received a full scholarship from 2016-2017. In the summer of 2016, she received the Development Cooperation Scholarship from the Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and took part in a summer school at the Universities of Tartu/Parnu. She has extensive international experience, gained over 34 training courses, Model United Nations, Erasmus+ exchanges and projects in Europe and the Caucasus. She was also a co-founder of the ‘Georgian-Baltic Bridge’ NGO, and since 2017 has been working for the OSCE in Georgia and interning at the Information Centre of NATO and the EU. She is currently working at the Ministry of Finance and speaks a myriad of languages, including Georgian, English, Russian, French, and Polish. Unity is strength, and she is always prepared to help others build a better future!
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