Confidence-and Security- Building Measures
- The Vienna Document 1999 - Fact Sheet OSCE ISTANBUL SUMMIT 1999
- OSCE Summit Adopts Charter for European Security Istanbul, 19 November 1999 - At a signing ceremony in Istanbul today, the OSCE Heads of State and Heads of Government adopted a new European security document, the Charter for European Security.
- OSCE WRAP Voice of America 19 November 1999 -- The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe - the O-S-C-E - has ended its two day summit in Istanbul with a security charter designed to expand the organization's peacekeeping missions.
- O-S-C-E EVOLUTION Voice of America 19 November 1999 -- The 54-member Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe -- the O-S-C-E -- has completed its two-day summit in Istanbul with a consensus on the need to enhance its role in peacekeeping and prevention of the spread of conflict in Europe.
- Text: U.S. Welcomes Adoption of Revised Vienna Document 1999 16 November 1999 -- Josiah Rosenblatt, deputy chief of the U.S. mission to the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), welcomed November 16 the adoption of a revised Vienna Document as a major step toward boosting transparency and mutual confidence among OSCE members with regard to their military forces and military activities.
- OSCE adopts Vienna Document 1999 on confidence- and security-building measures 16 November 1999 -- The Forum for Security Co-operation of the Organization for Co-operation and Security in Europe (OSCE) in formal session in Istanbul today adopted the Vienna Document 1999 on the Negotiations on Confidence- and Security-Building Measures. This document is an amended version of the Vienna Document 1994.
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