Although Some Progress Had been Made, in Particular on Nagorno-Karabakh, it Would be Unwise to Expect a Solution in Brussels OSCE Chairman-in Office
Although some progress had been made, in particular on Nagorno-Karabakh, it would be unwise to expect a solution in Brussels, said the OSCE Chairman-in-Office, Belgian Foreign Minister Karel De Gucht on December 4 in Brussels at the two-day meeting of the Council of the OSCE Foreign Ministers, Trend reports.
Foreign ministers from the 56 OSCE participating States will focus on tackling protracted "frozen" conflicts and further improving OSCE efficiency. Minister De Gucht said Belgium had worked to redress the balance between the three dimensions of security - politico-military, economic-environmental and human. He also noted progress had been made on small arms and light weapons.