Ukraine will be one of the main priorities during Macedonia’s chairmanship of OSCE


Ukraine will be the main priority and a key security issue in North Macedonia’s chairmanship of the OSCE, noted the Minister of Foreign Affairs of North Macedonia Bujar Osmani in his address on the occasion of assuming the chairmanship of the OSCE in 2023.

This year, North Macedonia will preside over the world’s largest regional security organization, which includes 57 participating countries from North America, Europe and Asia.

“Our presidency will strive to maintain the essential functions and operations of the Organization, ensuring that it is able to support the regions affected by crises and deal with conflicts throughout the OSCE region,” Osmani stressed.



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