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  • 3 December 2015

    The situation in eastern Ukraine, migration, and global challenges dominate the agenda of the 22nd OSCE Ministerial Council, taking place in Belgrade on 3 and 4 December. The Polish delegation is headed by Minister of Foreign Affairs Witold Waszczykowski.

    During the Ministerial Council, OSCE foreign ministers plan to adopt decisions and declarations concerning all the dimensions of the Organisation’s activities: political, military, economic, and human rights. The conflict in Ukraine, including OSCE’s continued involvement in efforts to resolve it, will feature high on the agenda of the Belgrade meeting.

     

    The Polish delegation will use the Ministerial Council meeting in Belgrade as an opportunity to stress the need for resolving the conflict in eastern Ukraine in a way that fully respects its territorial integrity and sovereignty. The head of the Polish delegation will also recall the obligation to respect OSCE’s fundamental rules and principles as a condition for restoring confidence and cooperation on our continent.

     

    The Ministerial Council is the central decision-making and governing body of the OSCE. The meeting, held annually, provides foreign ministers and more than 70 delegations of OSCE participating States, partner countries and several international organizations an opportunity to review and assess the Organization’s activities during the past year and offer national viewpoints on security matters.

     

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