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Panel of Eminent Persons explores lessons learnt for OSCE from its engagement in Ukraine

VIENNA, 17 June 2015 – A greater focus on conflict prevention, stronger leadership and a legal personality are some of the ways to make the OSCE work more effectively and more efficiently, said Ambassador Wolfgang Ischinger, chairperson of the Munich Security Conference (MSC) and chairperson of the Panel of Eminent Persons on European Security as a Common Project, as he presented the Panel’s Interim Report today in Vienna. The Interim Report focuses on operational issues and is based on lessons learned from OSCE engagement in Ukraine. It contains five major recommendations: Making conflict prevention a key OSCE task; Strengthening the …read more

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