Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe

Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe
With 57 States from Europe, Central Asia and North America, the OSCE is the world’s largest regional security organization. It offers a forum for political negotiations and decision-making in the fields of early warning, conflict prevention, crisis management and post-conflict rehabilitation, and puts the political will of its participating States into practice through its unique network of field missions.

The OSCE has a comprehensive approach to security that encompasses politico-military, economic and environmental, and human aspects. It therefore addresses a wide range of security-related concerns, including arms control, confidence- and security-building measures, human rights, national minorities, democratization, policing strategies, counter-terrorism and economic and environmental activities.

All 57 participating States enjoy equal status, and decisions are taken by consensus on a politically, but not legally binding basis.

For 2016, Serbia holds the Chairmanship of OSCE.

 

Agenda

Topic Area A: Transdniestria / Transnistria: Reaching a political settlement

Topic Area B: Considering a comprehensive response towards terrorism, in light of recent events 

 

The composition of the body is:

Chairperson-in-Office: Evaggelia Dedousi (also representing Serbia)
Secretary General: Zoe Didili

Country First Name Last Name
Afghanistan * Marinos Glinias
Albania Evangelia Chatzimitrou
Algeria * Marina Nikolakopoulou
Andorra Petros Karakanas
Armenia Eleftheria Polykrati
Australia * Alexandros Rados
Austria Evangelia Zeimpekou
Azerbaijan Elizabeth Lawrence
Belarus Panagiota Boza
Belgium Evangelos Papadimitriou
Bosnia and Herzegovina Nikolaos Tataris
Bulgaria Theofania Sofianou
Canada Qyli Joana
Croatia Zoi Lefa
Cyprus Aikaterini Dimitriou
Czechia Miltiadis Theofanis
Denmark Anxhela Hila
Egypt * Antonios Lamprou
Estonia Vasileios Christoglou
Finland Ira Georgia Stamatiou
France George-Nicholas Skourtis
fYRoM Theodora Tsalamida
Georgia Vasiliki Zoi Festa
Germany Triantafyllia Papadimitriou
Greece Antonios Seferlis
Holy See Eirini Sourpi
Hungary Martha Poimenidou
Iceland Viktoria Skourtanioti
Ireland Emmanouil Vassos
Israel * Pinelopi Belidou
Italy Aikaterini Bompota
Japan * Apostolos Blonis
Jordan * Konstantina-Maria Chranioti
Kazakhstan Eleftheria Papadopoulou
Kyrgyzstan Padelis Bratis
Latvia Anastasios Papadopoulos
Liechtenstein Georgia Bolisegka
Lithuania Lise Souque
Luxembourg Evgenia Lentidaki
Malta Maria Mantali
Moldova Effrosyni Al Giousef
Monaco Evdoxia Tsitsekli
Mongolia Ioanna Tserepi
Montenegro Maria-Athina Avgitidou
Morocco * Despoina Nikolakaki
Netherlands Eleftheria Volaki
Norway Panagiotis Iordanidis
Poland Elen Zakaryan
Portugal Georgia Plakoutsi
Romania Andreas Tziolas
Russia Andrew Papaiosif
San Marino Ioulia Farasopoulou
Slovakia Alexandros Gaitanidis
Slovenia Ioanna Ioakeimidou
South Korea Eleni Karfi
Spain Antonios Tsalikis
Sweden Kathryn King
Switzerland Dimitra Anagnostou
Tajikistan Pavlos Kyriakidis
Thailand * Despoina Giannou
Tunisia * Georgia Gkini
Turkey Eleni Ilia Bekou
Turkmenistan Ioanna Tzatska
Ukraine Pinelopi Kaslama
United Kingdom
Natalia Liarostathi
USA Eleni Satrazani
Uzbekistan Dimitra Athanasa

* Countries noted with asterisk (*) possess an Observer Status to the committee