Press Releases

The latest news, press statements, readouts and media advisories from the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly.
PUBLIC RADIO OF ARMENIA 9 March 2010 The OSCE Parliamentary Assembly delegation headed by President Joao Soares will arrive in Armenia on March 10. The delegation is expected to meet Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan, Chairman of the National Assembly of Armenia Hovik Abrahamyan, Chairman of the NKR National Assembly Ashot Ghoulyan, Armenian Foreign Minister Edward Nalbandian. The delegation will be hosted by His Holiness Gargin II, Supreme

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THE GEORGIAN TIMES 9 March 2010 OSCE Parliamentary Assembly may adopt special resolution on the occupied territories of Georgia. The assembly is planned to be held in Oslo in summer. As Vice Speaker of parliament of Georgia Gigi Tsereteli told journalists after today's meeting with President of the parliamentary assembly of the OSCE Joao Soares, Georgian side will present important resolution to the OSCE Parliamentary assembly sitting in Oslo.

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News.Az 4 March 2010 News.Az interviews Joao Soares, president of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly, before his visit to the South Caucasus. You will be in Baku from 13 to 16 March. What do you expect from your upcoming visit to the South Caucasus countries? I have been planning to visit the Caucasus as president of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly for some time. I have expressed an interest in meeting the presidents, representatives of the

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AZERI PRESS AGENCY 4 March 2010 Baku. Viktoriya Dementyeva-APA. Interview with President of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly Joao Soares before his visit to South Caucasus It is your first official visit to the region as President of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly to the South Caucasus. What questions are you planning to discuss in the region, what meetings will be held during your visit? Although this is my first visit to the Caucasus as

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THE NEW YORK TIMES THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 1 March 2010 DUSHANBE, Tajikistan (AP) -- Rampant fraud including ballot-box stuffing and proxy voting marred Tajikistan's weekend parliamentary elections, international observers said Monday, while the opposition threatened legal challenges. Results have yet to be announced, but Sunday's election was expected to confirm President Emomali Rakhmon's two-decade grip on power over the impoverished Central

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BBC NEWS 1 March 2010 Voting in Tajikistan's elections last week was marred by widespread fraud, international monitors have said. The Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) said the polls had "failed on many basic democratic standards". It said there was evidence of ballot stuffing and proxy voting and media coverage of campaigning was minimal. President Emomali Rakhmon is widely expected to win the elections - his party

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