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A Contribution to the Agenda for the Dutch Chairmanship of the OSCE: A Recapitulation of Findings of the Advisory Council on International Affairs

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The Advisory Council on International Affairs (AIV) is an advisory body of the Dutch government and parliament. In particular its reports address the policy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Minister of Defence, the Minister for Development Co-operation and the State Secretary of Foreign Affairs. In mid-2001 the Dutch government asked the AIV to produce an advisory report on the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) in the light of the Dutch Chairmanship of the organisation in the year 2003. The following article is a recapitulation of the findings and recommendations of the AIV as presented to the Dutch government on 3rd May 2002. English and Russian translations of the report re available and can be obtained from the Secretariat of the Advisory Council on International Affairs (E-mail: or P.O. Box 20061, 2500 EB The Hague, the Netherlands).

Affiliations: 1: Dutch Advisory Council on International Affairs (AIV); OSCE Task Force of the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs


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