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OSCE Mediterranean Conference – Young people north and south from the Mediterranean Sea: Facing Security Challenges and improving opportunities

OSCE Mediterranean Conference titled Young people north and south from the Mediterranean Sea: Facing Security Challenges and improving opportunities was held in Vienna, 5-6th October 2016. The Conference discussed the position and role of young people with regard to fighting terrorism and violent extremism, as well as their protection in the context of the Migrant Crisis.

Delegation of Serbia was led by ambassador Roksanda Nincic, political director in the MFA of Serbia, who reminded the participants that the topics of this year’s Conference were high on the list of priorities of Serbia’s OSCE Chairmanship in 2015, as well as during Serbia’s chairmanship of the Mediterranean Contact Group in 2014. She highlighted that contemporary security challenges are now, more than ever, showing a direct link between the events in the Mediterranean region and stability in the entire OSCE region, and that the young generations are the ones most affected by these tragedies. Ms. Nincic also emphasized that countries share a common responsibility when it comes to effectively combating terrorism and radical extremism.

OSCE Mediterranean partners are made up of Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Egypt, Israel and Jordan. During 2016, Austria is chairing the Mediterranean Contact Group.


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