The commission of a Republic of Serbia, headed by a Acting Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs for Security Policy, Ambassador Branimir Filipovic and a Assistant Defence Minister in assign of counterclaim policy, Major General Milan Mojsilovic, participated in a Annual Security Review Conference of a OSCE, hold in Vienna from 26 – 28 June.
In suitability with a preference of a Ministerial Council of Dec 2002, a discussion is hold each year and represents a many critical OSCE assembly in a initial politico-military dimension.
The three-day eventuality focused on issues associated to European confidence and sell of views on pivotal confidence hurdles and a OSCE grant in addressing them. Separate sessions were clinging to ensuring fortitude in a OSCE segment within a context of developments in Ukraine; security- and confidence-building in a OSCE region; constructional dialogue; predicament government and post-conflict rehabilitation; arms control and hurdles outset from emigration and trans-national threats.
Ambassador Filipovic and General Mojsilovic participated in, and done statements at, a opening of this eventuality and during a sessions clinging to constructional dialogue, arms control and hurdles acted by emigration and trans-national threats, generally terrorism.