Karabakh issue included in OSCE annual conference’s agenda

An annual conference on the review of security problems kicks off at the OSCE headquarters in Vienna, TASS agency reported June 28.

Russian delegation is headed by the country’s Deputy Foreign Minister Aleksey Meshkov.

Russia’s Permanent Representative at the OSCE Alexander Lukashevich told TASS that Moscow will present its views on all the problems of relationships – from NATO’s expansion to the settlement of the Ukrainian conflict.

A separate session of the three-day conference will be dedicated to conflict situations in the OSCE area and their impact on security in the region.

Along with Ukraine, to which a separate meeting is devoted, the organization pays special attention to the Armenia-Azerbaijan Nagorno-Karabakh conflict and Transnistria among the most problematic conflicts.

The OSCE sees a positive trend emerging after the recent consultations of the Azerbaijani and Armenian presidents in Vienna and St. Petersburg, as well as in the view of the agreements reached on the resumption of negotiations on Transnistria in the “5+2” format.

Source: Trend