BGS is pleased to announce that Roy Reeve (formerly Head of the OSCE Mission in Georgia 2003-2007) will give a talk at King’s College London – in the Pyramid Room – on Thursday 24th April, 6.15pm entitled “Conflict resolution – Georgian style: A look back.” This will be a joint King’s College and British Georgian Society event. King’s College, Strand, London WC2R 2LS
If you would like to attend, please email Keti Kalandadze on firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday 21st April.
Roy Reeve is a former diplomat. He joined the FCO in 1965 as a Soviet specialist in Research Department. Subsequently served two tours in Moscow (1968-71 and 1978-80), Helsinki and Geneva negotiations on the Helsinki Final Act leading to the founding of the OSCE (1972-75), Belgrade (1976-78) and Northern Ireland (1983-85). Thereafter posted as Deputy Consul General in Johannesburg, Head of Commercial Relations Department in London and Consul General in Sydney. Prior to taking early retirement in 1999, was Ambassador to Ukraine.
Following retirement, he was appointed Head of the OSCE Mission in Yerevan (1999-2003), Head of the OSCE Mission to Georgia (2003-2007), Head of the EU Planning Team in Kosovo and Deputy Head of the EU Rule of Law Mission until finally finally retiring in 2011.