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Reviewing the OSCE Human Dimension events

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Many voices asking for a review of OSCE Human Dimension events have been heard. This year an increased interest among participating states in reviewing and improving the organization and modalities of the Human Dimension meetings was noticed. The Chair of the Human Dimension Committee, the Swiss Ambassador, Thomas Greminger, has, together with the Lithuanian chairmanship, decided to put this topic on the agenda. In order to support the discussions on this 'difficult' topic in an objective way, a study is currently prepared by an independent Swiss think-tank. While this process will not be an easy task, Ambassador Greminger is committed to leading it through in a transparent and inclusive manner.


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