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3 Oct 2018

Belarus to attend OSCE PA Silk Road Support Group meeting in Bishkek

Belarus to attend OSCE PA Silk Road Support Group meeting in Bishkek

MINSK, 3 October (BelTA) – The OSCE PA Silk Road Support Group will convene during the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly's Autumn Meeting in Bishkek. Taking part in this session and other events of the OSCE PA meeting will be Andrei Rybak, Chairperson of the Standing Commission on Industry, Fuel-Energy Complex, Transport and Communication of the House of Representatives of the National Assembly of Belarus, BelTA learned from the press service of the House of Representatives.

Andrei Rybak will take part in a Standing Committee Meeting and a Parliamentary Conference on “Promoting Security Dialogue in Central Asia and Beyond”. The conference will discuss ways to combat new challenges and threats in the cross-border areas by means of strengthening trust and reinforcing regional cooperation. The Autumn Meeting will also include a Mediterranean Forum on “Geopolitics of Central Asia and the Mediterranean: Addressing Migration, Trade and Environmental Challenges”.

The Belarusian MP is set to hold a series of bilateral meetings in Bishkek.

The OSCE Parliamentary Assembly's 17th Autumn Meeting is taking place in Bishkek on 3-6 October.

As was reported earlier, a conference of the OSCE PA Silk Road Support Group will be held in Minsk in spring 2019. Belarus suggests dedicating this forum to regional cooperation, including opportunities offered by Belarus as an important link along the Silk Road economic belt.

The OSCE PA Silk Road Support Group was set up at the 26th Annual Session of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly in Minsk in summer 2017. The proposal to set up the group came from Azerbaijan. The first conference of the group took place in Baku. The group was instituted by 17 countries, including Belarus. Now the group incorporates 22 states.

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