Ambassador: Ukraine to study Kazakhstan's experience in setting priorities of OSCE chairmanship
Kazakhstan, Astana, Nov. 25 / Trend A.Maratov /
Ukraine intends to study the experience of Kazakhstan in determining its future priorities for the OSCE chairmanship in 2013, Ukranian Ambassador to Kazakhstan Oleg Demin told Trend.
"Ukraine is likely to study the experience of Kazakhstan in determining its future priorities for the OSCE chairmanship in 2013 and will continue to implement developments to enhance the organization's effectiveness and credibility," Demin said.
He said the cooperation between the two countries was focused and productive.
"We always noted those results that had been achieved in revitalizing and concretization of the OSCE activity during the Kazakh presidency and the holding of the Astana summit is the first to welcome among them," Demin said.
The diplomat expressed hope that the summit will allow the OSCE Member States to identify such forms and methods of operation of an organization that will meet its objectives and current conditions for their implementation
The OSCE summit will be held in Astana on Dec. 1-2 and will bring together presidents and prime ministers from 56 OSCE member countries and 12 OSCE partner countries, as well as the heads of 68 international organizations. The OSCE has not held such a summit for 11 years.