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Bosnian Army Commander Honoured Despite War Crimes Charges

Sakib Mahmuljin (left) receives the award from Zenica-Doboj Canton premier Mirza Ganic. Photo: Zenica-Doboj Canton government.

Bruce Berton, head of the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe's mission to Bosnia and Herzegovina, said on Friday that the Zenica-Doboj Canton's decision to honour war crimes defendant Sakib Mahmuljin shows disrespect for the victims.

Romania still considering Moldova conflict resolution major priority

Minister of Foreign Affairs Teodor Melescanu attended an informal meeting of Organisation for Security and Economic Co-operation (OSCE) chief diplomats in Slovakia, on Monday and Tuesday, saying that that the resolution of the ongoing conflict in Moldova remains "a major priority" with Romania.

Seventeen gendarmes leaving for Afghanistan to join NATO Training Mission

Seventeen Romanian gendarmes are leaving today for Afghanistan on a six-month mission with the NATO Training Mission (NTM-A) to provide training for the local law enforcement forces. Attending the departure ceremony, hosted by the Romanian Gendarmerie, was Interior Minister Dan Carmen alongside officials of the Interior Ministry (MAI) and families of those who will participate in the mission.

#Romania2019.eu/ForMin Melescanu: There is a red line for EU countries that cannot be crossed

Foreign Affairs Minister Teodor Melescanu stated on Friday, within the informal meeting of the foreign affairs minister of the EU (Gymnich), that two weeks ago when he paid a visit to Chisinau, he conveyed the message that for Romania and for the other member states of the EU there is a red line that cannot be crossed, regarding the fair, democratic and efficient organisation of the elections i

President Iohannis: 1,902 servicemen will participate in missions, operations outside national territory in 2019

A number of 1,902 Romanian servicemen will participate next year in missions and operations outside the territory of the Romanian state, by 127 more soldiers than in 2018, President Klaus Iohannis announced on Wednesday at the end of Romania's Supreme Council for National Defence (CSAT) sitting.

ForMin Melescanu meets OSCE High Commissioner on National Minorities Zannier and talks on minorities' rights

Foreign Affairs Minister Teodor Melescanu met on Tuesday with High Commissioner on National Minorities of the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) Lamberto Zannier, context in which the two officials talked about the rights of national minorities, as well as about the risk of extremist and xenophobic trends re-emerging on the European continent.

#DiplomaticCentennial/Cristian Istrate: Romania, respected European, global actor for constructive participation in multilateral organisations

A century from the Greater Union, Romania is a respected European and global actor, not least because of a constructive way of translating the objectives of its foreign policy and the political family to which it belongs - the European Union and NATO - while taking up responsibilities of general interest, ambassador Cristian Istrate, head of the Permanent Mission of Romania to the International

Senior official Ciamba reaffirms Romania's commitment to supporting efforts to strengthen OSCE role

Secretary of State with Romania's Foreign Ministry (MAE) George Ciamba on Tuesday welcomed ambassador Marcel Pesko, Director of the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe's (OSCE) Conflict Prevention Center, to reconfirm Romania's decision to remain an active OSCE member.

Dacic: Serbia sincerely committed to regional stability

VIENNA - Serbia is sincerely committed to continuation of its European path, to good-neighbourly relations and to improving regional stability, as well as to further strengthening of our economies, Serbian Deputy PM and FM Ivica Dacic said in Vienna on Thursday at the 24th Ministerial Council meeting of the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE).

OSCE: Kosovo-Metohija turnout by 6 pm at 32.57 pct

KOSOVSKA MITROVICA - According to figures released by the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), 32.57 pct of registered voters in Kosovo-Metohija have voted in the Serbian presidential elections by 6 pm on Sunday.

OSCE Mission in Kosovo head Jan Braathu said in Kosovska Mitrovica earlier the elections were proceeding without trouble.

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