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Kypreos calls Serbia's OSCE Presidency diplomatic success

15. February 2012. | 08:54

Source: Beta

Head of the OSCE Mission in Serbia, Dimitrios Kypreos, said on Feb. 13 that the decision that Serbia should chair the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe in 2015 was a diplomatic success for the country and an important step ahead.

Head of the OSCE Mission in Serbia, Dimitrios Kypreos, said on Feb. 13 that the decision that Serbia should chair the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe in 2015 was a diplomatic success for the country and an important step ahead.

As any other success, this also generates new responsibilities for the presiding country, as Serbia will be the leader in fulfilling international obligations and standards of all 56 OSCE members, Ambassador Kypreos told BETA.

Kypreos said the decision on the successive OSCE presidency of Switzerland in 2014 and Serbia in 2015 was the first case of two countries opting to chair the organization according to a model of a joint two-year program.

The ambassador further said it was important that a country from Southeast Europe would soon be at the helm of the OSCE, and commended the "dedication" of Serbian Foreign Minister Vuk Jeremic in achieving this goal.

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