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The latest news, press statements, readouts and media advisories from the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly.
NEWS.AZ 17 September 2010 'The initiative to appoint UN special representative on Nagorno Karabakh problem should be welcomed. If even this initiative doesn't replace the OSCE Minsk Group, at least it can have an effect on the Group's activity', Vice-Speaker of the Azerbaijani parliament, head of the Azerbaijani delegation to the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly Bahar Muradova told the website of New Azerbaijan Party (YAP) speaking about the former

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Deputy Secretary General Tina Schoen and the Chair of the Transparency Committee, Johannes Koskinen, meeting in Vienna. VIENNA, 8 September 2010 – Members of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly’s Ad Hoc Committee on Transparency and Accountability met in Vienna on 6 September with the Chairman of the Permanent Council, the ten ambassadorial Co-ordinators of the Corfu Process and the OSCE Secretary General. The aim of the visit was to explore the

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COPENHAGEN, 23 August 2010 – The International Secretariat of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly has started to plan for a busy fall of election observations missions to Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kyrgyzstan, the United States and Azerbaijan. To lead the OSCE short-term observers to these elections and to deliver the post-election statement on behalf of the OSCE, the OSCE Chairperson-in-Office, Kazakhstan’s Secretary of State and Minister of Foreign

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Kimmo Kiljunen introducing a resolution on the situation in Kyrgyzstan at the OSCE PA’s recent Annual Session in Oslo. COPENHAGEN, 28 July 2010 – Having just returned from Bishkek, the OSCE PA’s Special Representative for Central Asia, Kimmo Kiljunen (Finland), spoke today about the progress being made in organizing an International Independent Commission for Inquiry into the violence that occurred in southern Kyrgyzstan in June. “I am

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EURASIANET.ORG 28 July 2010 As the Kyrgyz Health Ministry reports a higher death toll of 355, and NGOs continue to bring forward allegations of many more deaths, victims of the conflict in southern Kyrgyzstan are hoping for an impartial international investigation that could establish the facts. Facing ongoing persecution, thousands of Uzbeks have already left for Russia and other countries, EurasiaNet reports, making tracking of their

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EURASIANET.ORG 24 July 2010 Kimmo Kiljunen, the Special Representative for Central Asia of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE PA) told reporters in Bishkek July 22 that an international commission will begin work in August to investigate the recent conflict in southern Kyrgyzstan, finchannel.com reported, citing RIA Novosti. "The purpose of our commission is impartial investigation of all

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