OSCE: Ukraine fighting has surged in past week

Fighting in eastern Ukraine has surged in the past week, the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) said Friday, amid mounting tensions between Russia and Ukraine.

OSCE asks Turkish government to show restraint

The Turkish government should show restraint and honour civil rights in the aftermath of the failed coup attempt, leaders of the Organization for Security and Co-Operation in Europe (OSCE) say....

OSCE says media freedoms in Croatia threatened

Croatia belongs to a group of countries where freedom of the media is threatened, which was confirmed at the annual meeting of the European Federation of Journalists (EFJ) being held in Sarajevo...

OSCE rep. expresses "serious concerns" about media freedoms in Croatia

"These actions by the authorities raise serious concerns about the overall media freedom situation in the country," the OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media, Dunja Mijatovic, said in a...

Steinmeier urges trust-building to end crises in Ukraine, Middle East

Renewed dialogue and trust-building are needed to solve the complex crises faced by the world today, including the conflicts in Ukraine and the Middle East, German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter...

Germany vows to restore peace, trust to Europe as new chair of OSCE

Germany is ready to steer its neighbours through turbulent times, the country's foreign minister said on Friday, as it takes the chair of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe....

OSCE summit in Belgrade ends, no consent on several topics

The summit in Belgrade officially marked the end of Serbia's 18-month chairmanship of the organisation. The new chair is Germany.

Pusic: Serbia's EU membership in interest of Croatia the most

I believe that of all EU members, this is in the interest of Croatia the most and in the interest of neighbouring countries such as Romania, Bulgaria and Hungary, ...

Pusic: Western Balkan countries important for European and global stability

Speaking to the press during the OSCE Ministerial Council meeting, Pusic said she disagreed with the assessment by Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic that the Balkans was a "powder keg".

Russian, Turkish FMs expected to meet at OSCE Belgrade summit

"Serbia's priorities today are peace and security, we want to leave the past behind ... and look to the future with our eyes wide open,"

US Secretary of State to visit Serbia on Dec 3-4

Relations between the two countries have been significantly advanced by Vucic's visits to Washington earlier this year and the US Secretary of State will meet with the Serbian PM