As of today, North Macedonia has officially assumed the presidency of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE).
Today, as of January 1, 2023, the Republic of North Macedonia officially begins the rotating presidency of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, the largest regional security organization in the world, which includes 57 participating countries from North America, Europe and Asia.
Foreign Minister Bujar Usmani will chair this important multilateral organization, which works on comprehensive security aspects related to political, military, economic, environmental and humanitarian dimensions.
Through its unique approach, the OSCE contributes to regional peace, cooperation and overall development.
Under the motto “This is about the people,” the focus of the Macedonian Presidency will be on human security in an era of regional and global uncertainty and instability.
Foreign Minister Bujar Usmani said in a statement on the subject: “As the main country, our focus will be on field missions. We will undertake and support special activities aimed at facilitating people’s lives and promoting their rights and freedoms.” He said.
- Balkans | Barrier statement of the Minister of the Interior of Kosovo Svichla
- Balkans | Rescue of illegal immigrants to die by Greece
- Balkans | How will end the barriers crisis in northern Kosovo?
- Balkans | Prizren is turning into an attraction for diplomatic missions
- Balkans | Hazni Gulu, one of the suspects in the terrorist attack on Istiklal Street, was arrested in Bulgaria
- Balkans | Introduction of hydrogen fueled buses in Croatia
- Balkans | Italian referee for the Argentina-Croatia match
- Balkans | Bosnia and Herzegovina defender Mujakic, indispensable for MKE Ankaragücü
- Balkans | NATO Chiefs of Staff met
- Balkans | Turkish handball player Iray Karakoc moved to Ohrid