The dialogue involves prominent politicians, diplomats, economists and political scientists of Belarus, Russia, Kazakhstan, Armenia and Georgia, as well as European politicians. They talk about the multiple transformations of the post-Soviet states in the political and economic maps of the world after the Soviet Union collapse, the failures and successes of integration projects, as well as new dividing lines in the territory of the former great country.<br> <br>The conference in Minsk will adopt the working documents with the main conclusions and recommendations for each of the CIS countries.