Tashkent, 30 November 2022 (TDI): The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Uzbekistan, Vladimir Norov will visit Lodz, Poland to participate in this year’s 29th Ministerial Council of the Organization for Security and Co-operation (OSCE) in Europe.

The Council meeting is set to take place from tomorrow, 1 December 2022 to the 2nd of December 2022. At the meeting, Minister Vladimir Norov will also hold several bilateral and multilateral meetings.

He will seek to ensure that he projects Uzbekistan’s foreign affairs issues to be able to promote multinational and diplomatic relations with other countries.

He will again be meeting with individuals and stakeholders on the need for partnerships in his home country. Uzbekistan is noted for its good diplomatic relations with most European countries.

This event will serve as an opportunity for Vladimir Norov to express their further engagement in diplomatic relations with many others.

The event is set to bring together several European countries. The meeting will further ensure that most of the participating countries are fairly represented.

It is pertinent to note that Vladimir Norov has been a former Secretary General of OSCE has given him the needed advantage to be able to meet with most of the diplomats participating.

The Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE)

The Organization of Security and Co-operation in Europe is the world’s largest regional security organization. It works on coordinating the security aspect in Europe.

With a large number of member countries joining, the organization has a broad base membership of European countries. Furthermore, it seeks to ensure that, human rights and security issues are peacefully resolved in the region.

The Ministerial Council of which Uzbekistan is a member brings together Foreign Ministers and other stakeholders to discuss the way forward of the organization.

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The participation of the Foreign Minister of Uzbekistan will show a sense of commitment by Uzbekistan toward the organization.