Kazakhstan’s Defence Minister addresses OSCE Forum for Security Co-operation, outlines FSC Chairmanship priorities
VIENNA, 7 September 2011 – Modernizing the Vienna Document 1999, addressing issues related to the implementation of OSCE documents on small arms and light weapons, and on conventional ammunition, as well as non-proliferation of weapons of mass destruction are among the key priorities of Kazakhstan as the new Chair of the OSCE Forum for Security Co-operation (FSC), said the country’s
Exhibition “Twenty years from Epicenter of Nuclear Tests towards the Euro-Atlantic and Eurasian Security Community” (Vienna, Hofburg 1-7 September 2011)
The 20th Anniversary of the closure of the Semipalatinsk Nuclear Test Site in Kazakhstan is the occasion for an exhibition, opening on 1 September 2011 in Vienna.
From September to December 2011 Kazakhstan is chairing the OSCE Forum for Security Co-operation (FSC).
OSCE-Mongolia Conference focuses on enhanced co-operation with Asian Partners in addressing common security challenges
ULAANBAATAR, 23 May 2011 – Strengthening synergies between the 56 participating States of the OSCE and its Asian Partners for Co-operation in addressing transnational threats, such as illicit drug trafficking; advancing international economic co-operation, in particular on transport and energy security; as well as promoting human rights and fundamental freedoms in the whole OSCE area, are
Key issues facing modern global economy are the focus of the Fourth Astana Economic Forum that started today, May 3, in the capital of Kazakhstan, and the President of Kazakhstan has proposed to take on those issues head on – by inviting all the countries to develop a Pact on Global Regulation.