Turkmenistan takes part in OSCE meeting on human dimension issues
On September 19, 2016 the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) holds in Warsaw the OSCE meeting to review the implementation of the commitments, the Human Dimension implementation meeting - Europe's largest human rights conference. This meeting has been held for more than fifteen years.
This two-week meeting in the Polish capital is attended by the representatives of OSCE participating States, experts on international issues, activists of non-governmental organizations and human rights defenders. The meeting is attended by the delegation of Turkmenistan, Turkmen embassy in Baku reported.
During the meeting, participants exchanged views on the work related to the implementation of commitments in the humanitarian sphere. In particular, the delegation of Turkmenistan conveyed to the participants the main results of the work carried out by Turkmenistan in the humanitarian sphere, including the adoption of the National Action Plans on human rights, on gender equality and on combating human trafficking.
The representative of the European Union, in his statement, welcomed the participation of the Turkmen delegation at the meeting, the adoption of the National Action Plan on human rights and looked forward to its implementation.
OSCE Human dimension implementation meeting continues its work.