CSCE


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CSCE

abbreviation for
(Military) (formerly) Conference for Security and Cooperation in Europe
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In July 1993, as the Chairman of the CSCE Minsk Conference, Mario Raffaelli, in his statement and in a report submitted to the UN Secretary-General on behalf of the nine member countries of the Minsk Conference, noted: "Immediate withdrawal of the troops from the occupied territories is the most important factor for the advancement of peace negotiations" (United Nations Security Council document S26184 of 28 July 1993).
Intensification of CSCE Action in Relation to the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict," KarabakhFacts, (December 6, 1994), retrieved October 19, 2016, from http://karabakhfacts.
On 3 February 1993 it was decided to create CSCE Mission in Moldova (now OSCE) which began working in Chisinau in April of the same year.
In their internship course, students will have a chance to use the knowledge that they have gained through CSCE to work on real-world projects for some of the tech companies involved in the program and will build on the project ideas that they worked on or developed in their entrepreneurship course.
Leachate collection system design and clog development, in 6th Environmental Engineering Specialty Conference of the CSCE (7-10 Juny 2000).
41) In the same year, CSCE made similar commitments in its Charter of Paris for a New Europe "to combat all forms of racial and ethnic hatred, anti-Semitism, xenophobia, and discrimination against anyone, as well as persecution on religious and ideological grounds.
30 April 2012 - Agricultural Bank of China (HKG:1288;SHA:601288) and China Merchants Bank (HKG:3968; SHA:600036) have been mandated lead managers for the notes sale of Beijing-based infrastructure company China State Construction Engineering Corp Ltd (SHA:601668), or CSCE, IFR Asia reported on Monday.
He sought a CSCE summit "devoted to the creation of a new European security system, also including links to the United States, Canada, and the USSR, but different from the present one.
A state of peace in Europe; West Germany and the CSCE, 1966-1975.
DURING THE 1970S, Ronald Reagan lambasted the decision of President Gerald Ford to participate in the CSCE (Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe) and sign the Final Act (often known as the Helsinki Accords) on the grounds that the agreement left millions under communist rule and legitimized Soviet domination of Eastern Europe.
Hungary's record of implementing CSCE Helsinki Final Act provisions, including those on reunification of divided families, remains among the best in eastern Europe.
The Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe (CSCE, now Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, OSCE), at the Helsinki meeting of the CSCE Council on 24 March 1992, created the so-called Minsk group, which consisted of eleven members: the USA, France, Russia, Belarus, Germany, Italy, Sweden, Finland, Turkey, as well as Armenia and Azerbaijan.