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Dirk Pohlmann (Germany), journalist, screenwriter and film director
Anis Bajrektarevic (Austria), Professor and Chairperson, International law and Global Political Studies
Alexey Gromyko, Director of the Russian Academy of Sciences’ Institute of Europe, said this when speaking on the sidelines of the Second Media Forum: Journalistic Freedom in the Context of Human Rights, New Technologies and Information Security. 
Adeline Hulin (Belgium), Project Officer for Communication and Information UNESCO office in Brussels
Malik Ayub Sumbal (Azerbaijan), political analyst, head of Caucasus Center for Strategic and International Studies
Jens Wendland (Germany), Cultural and Media Science specialist
Mayelinne De Lara, the head of the Benelux Diplomatic Council, said as much when speaking at the Second International Media Forum 2019: Freedom of Journalism in the Context of Human Rights, New Technologies, and International Information Security.Dr. De Lara believes that political fraud is based on technological processes and business models.
More than 70 journalists, international media experts, political analysts and diplomats from over 30 countries from across the world are participating in this high-profile event. Speaking at the Forum’s opening meeting, Armen Oganesyan, editor-in-chief of International Affairs magazine, recalled that the topic of the current discussion had been prompted by President Vladimir Putin’s interview with The Financial Times, where he said that the “the liberal idea” had “outlived its purpose.”