Situation in Ukraine to be discussed at OSCE Ministerial Council meeting

Situation in Ukraine to be discussed at OSCE Ministerial Council meeting

The OSCE Ministerial Council will discuss the situation in Ukraine at the summit in Vienna on December 7-8.

This is stated on the website of the Foreign Ministry of Austria.

"The Austrian Chairmanship’s three main priorities for the work of the OSCE this year will steer the discussions at the Ministerial Council. Alongside defusing conflicts in the OSCE area – including, in particular, the OSCE’s work in Ukraine, Transdniestria, Nagorno-Karabakh and Georgia – discussions will focus on fighting violent extremism and radicalisation, as well as on efforts to restore trust and confidence in the OSCE area," the report says.

In the plenary sessions, participating states will exchange views on threats to security, as well as on current developments. In addition to the conflicts in the OSCE area, main topics will include migration, terrorism, human rights, rule of law and democracy. Side events will provide an opportunity to discuss more intensively key issues such as radicalisation and the Ukraine conflict, as well as how to carry forward the structured dialogue on current and future challenges and risks to security in the OSCE area.  


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