30 June 1995 AT THE BEGINNING OF 1994, THE CSCE WAS A loose collection of offices, seminars, missions, parliamentary assemblies, and conferences with responsibilities that overlapped those of other international organizations. From 1975 to 1990, it had been an intermittent conference with a rotating intergovernmental secretariat associated with the country that held the rotating chairmanship. […]

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