Vice-Presidents

The Vice-Presidents are elected to three-year terms (except those who are elected to fill a vacancy) in staggered elections.
Askar Shakirov (Kazakhstan) was elected Vice-President of the Assembly at the OSCE PA Remote Session in July 2021.

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Irene Charalambides (Cyprus) was elected Vice-President of the Assembly at the OSCE PA Remote Session in July 2021.

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Daniela De Ridder (Germany) was elected Vice-President of the Assembly at the OSCE PA Remote Session in July 2021.

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Pascal Allizard (France) was elected Vice-President at the OSCE PA’s 27th Annual Session in Berlin and re-elected at the 2021 Remote Session.

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Kristian Vigenin (Bulgaria) was elected Vice-President of the Assembly at the 2018 Annual Session in Berlin and was re-elected at the Remote Session in July 2021.

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Pia Kauma (Finland) was elected Vice-President of the Assembly at the OSCE PA Remote Session in July 2021.

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Dr. Azay Guliyev (Azerbaijan) was elected Vice-President of the Assembly at the 25th Annual Session in Tbilisi and was re-elected in Luxembourg.

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Roger Wicker (United States) was elected OSCE PA Vice-President at the 26th Annual Session in Minsk and was re-elected at the Remote Session in July 2021.

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Reinhold Lopatka (Austria) was elected Vice-President of the Assembly at the OSCE PA Remote Session in July 2021.

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