29 November 2001 MINSK, 27 November (Racyja)–During its recent visit to Belarus, the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly (OSCE PA) ad-hoc working group assessed the situation in the country after the presidential elections and discussed possible Belarus’ membership in OSCE PA. Uta Zapf–who replaced Adrian Severin as the head of OSCE PA ad-hoc working group on Belarus–stressed […]

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