OSCE


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OSCE

abbreviation for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe
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Turkey's Foreign Ministry said on Monday that it was the first OSCE summit to be held 11 years after 1999 Istanbul summit, adding that Astana summit would shape the activities of OSCE as well as make assignments and strategic guidance till the next summit.
In recent years, the Vienna-based OSCE has dispatched monitors to elections in both Europe and the U.
The February 23 meeting was attended by an EU Troika (the Irish Foreign Minister Brian Cowen, EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana, Dutch Foreign Minister Ben Bot, and EU External Relations Commissioner Chris Patten), and on the OSCE side by a Troika of the Chairman-in-Office (Bulgarian Foreign Minister Salomon Passy), as well as representatives of the previous and incoming chairs (the Netherlands and Slovenia respectively) as well as OSCE Secretary-General Jan Kubis.
In line with established practice within OSCE, the Secretatriat of the organization distributes at the request of any participating state any document received from that state without altering its content, said the message from the Permanent Mission of Azerbaijan to OSCE.
As part of the simulation exercise, the students took on the roles of different OSCE participating States, institutions and other relevant actors.
OSCE Chairperson-in-Office Ivica Dacic has designated Marietta Tidei (MP, Italy) as Special Co-ordinator to lead the short-term OSCE observer mission for the 1 March vote.
During his recent speech at the UN Security Council meeting in New York, Alfano noted that OSCE will continue to support the work of the Minsk Group co-chairs for the final settlement of the Armenia-Azerbaijan Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.
In addition to highlighting the significance of the OSCE in the conduct of the elections, Mr.
The Permanent Representative of the Republic of Belarus to the OSCE Ambassador Alena Kupchyna addressed the meeting with a speech, particularly stressing that an open, transparent and inclusive dialogue plays a key role in reducing tensions and preventing military confrontation on the European continent.
The road map, formally called the 'Action Plan on further development of co-operation of the Republic of Uzbekistan with the OSCE in 2018-2019', was proposed by the President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev during the OSCE Secretary General's visit to the country from 9 to 11 November 2017.
As a potential solution, OSCE has secured growing importance and assessment analysts are now labelling it as one of the most rational, effective, and dependable method to assess clinical performances1,5,7-9.