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Despite unrelenting obstructionism from Russia, the OSCE found a way forward.
In that vein, our priority remains moving forward on the normalization of relations between Kosovo and Serbia, starting with the return to the EU-facilitated Dialogue.
The United States also continues to be deeply concerned about the humanitarian situation inside Nagorno-Karabakh.
Ukraine’s defense of its freedom against naked aggression is why Russia is isolated and Ukraine has such broad international support.
Despite the efforts to block its work at every turn, to block its budget, to block the election of a chair, to block its work…
Joint Statement on the First Anniversary of the Moscow Mechanism Report on Human Rights Violations And...
We call on Russia to release all the political prisoners immediately and unconditionally.
For more than five hundred days, the Russian Federation has held three OSCE officials detained days after Russia began its full-scale invasion of Ukraine.
We express our concern over the escalating separatist and destabilizing rhetoric and actions of the president of the Republika Srpska entity within Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The OSCE Presence in Albania is a prime example of how the organization is working creatively and effectively in all three dimensions of security.
We must all reject and condemn Russia’s lies regarding the so-called “denazification” of Ukraine.
On Azerbaijan’s military operation in Karabakh and its implications for the civilian population in the...
The United States repeats its calls for Azerbaijan to stand down all military actions in Nagorno-Karabakh if they have not done so already.
Tackling the climate crisis, advancing anti-corruption efforts, or strengthening economic connectivity, the United States is unwavering in its support for the OSCE’s Second Dimension.
It must remain our focus until Russia withdraws from the internationally recognized borders of Ukraine and acknowledges Ukraine’s sovereignty within those borders.
The United States is deeply troubled by the rapidly deteriorating humanitarian situation in Nagorno-Karabakh.
We deeply regret the Russian Federation’s opposition to Austria’s generous offer to serve as the OSCE’s external auditor for a three-year term.
Russia continues the atrocious practice of forcibly disappearing individuals within its own borders as well.
We reaffirm our full support for Georgia’s sovereignty and territorial integrity within its internationally recognised borders.
Three years after the fraudulent presidential election that inspired so many Belarusians to take to the streets and demand a democratically elected government that respects…