DiCarlo assures the OSCE that the UN appreciates Turkey’s promotion of dialogue between kyiv and Moscow


The UN Undersecretary General for Political and Peacebuilding Affairs, Rosemary DiCarlo, has assured the Permanent Council of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) that she appreciates the promotion of dialogue by Turkey and other members in the framework of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Likewise, DiCarlo has also “taken note” of Poland’s efforts in the OSCE to promote the European Security Dialogue (ESDR), an initiative aimed at using the full potential of the OSCE as a platform for dialogue in the context of growing tensions. and the risk of further escalation in Europe.

“The stakes are too high, in terms of human lives and regional and global security, to abandon the search for a peaceful solution,” he stressed, referring to the Russian invasion of Ukraine. “Europe is not immune to the escalation of tension and violence,” she added.

Thus, he has indicated that the conflict “has had serious implications for the European security architecture.” “We are concerned about the potential impact on long-standing confidence-building measures, arms control treaties and other frameworks designed to sustain regional security,” she added.

Beyond Europe, according to DiCarlo, the war in Ukraine “has triggered global concern regarding a variety of issues, from food and energy security to economic stability.”

“The food security crisis threatens to hit the most vulnerable countries the hardest. This dire prospect led the Secretary-General to establish the Global Crisis Response Group on Food, Energy and Finance,” he explained, a move that is mobilizing UN agencies, development banks and other institutions.

“The United Nations has always supported the work of the OSCE in Ukraine, especially the special monitoring mission and the Trilateral Contact Group. Similarly, we continue to support other mediation processes led by the OSCE, such as the Minsk Group for a solution to the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, and the Transnistria 5+2 Agreement process, as well as the Geneva International Debates on Georgia”, he indicated.

On Nagorno-Karabakh, DiCarlo specified that “protracted conflicts have the potential to relapse into open hostilities despite such mechanisms.” “The United Nations fully supports the important work of the OSCE field offices, from the Western Balkans to Central Asia,” he said.

Finally, the UN Undersecretary General for Political and Peacebuilding Affairs explained that an OSCE “adequately equipped to continue facing present and future challenges” is “of common interest”.

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