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26 Jun 2018

Belarus partaking in OSCE annual security review conference in Vienna

MINSK, 26 June (BelTA) – A Belarusian delegation led by Belarus’ Permanent Representative to the OSCE Alena Kupchyna is taking part in the OSCE’s annual security review conference in Vienna, Austria, the press service of the Belarusian Ministry of Foreign Affairs told BelTA.

The head of the Belarusian delegation underlined the need for an open, transparent, and inclusive dialogue as well as a constructive political will for the sake of both reducing the tensions and preventing armed confrontation on the European continent and for resolving conflicts in the OSCE space, including the conflict in Ukraine. Alena Kupchyna spoke in favor of building partnerships in the fight against transnational challenges and threats. As an example of Belarus’ contribution the diplomat mentioned that an international high-level conference on preventing and fighting terrorism in the digital age will be held in Minsk on 9-10 October. The event is being organized together with the OSCE Secretariat.

The documentary play Seven was staged within the framework of the OSCE conference for the first time. The play tells the story of seven women from various parts of the globe as they face various forms of violence and discrimination. The stories of the women were presented by seven male ambassadors and military advisors, who are engaged in the OSCE women support network MenEngage.

The OSCE’s annual security review conference is dedicated to topical problems in the sphere of common European security, including in the context of resolution of the conflict in Ukraine. Conflicts and crisis situations in the OSCE space will be reviewed as well as the organization’s contribution to their resolution.

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