OSCE

Organization for Safety and Cooperation in Europe
The Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) is the largest regional security organization in the Euro-Atlantic and Eurasian space çThe OSCE is a comprehensive approach to security which encompasses politico-military, economic and environmental, and human aspects. It addresses a wide range of security-related concerns, including arms control, confidence and security-building measures, human rights, national minorities, democratization, policing strategies, counter-terrorism and economic and environmental activities. There are 57 participants in total which are deemed equals in terms of rights in the committee. There are also 11 partner states covering an area from Vancouver to Vladivostok. The passing or failing of a resolution is decided by a consensus from all the members which is not legally binding. Delegates will be mainly discussing upon two different agendas. The first one being the unauthorized exercises on the Mediterranean, it will be challenging as the issue, if not acted upon properly, could cause devastating results. Delegates will have to consider their allies in the region and act without causing any harm to their relations which will escalate the debate even further. Our second agenda will be mainly focusing on ways to enhance the diplomatic ties between Kosovan and Serbian government as the issue has been active for the past decades. Although some negotiations have been made no proper result could be achieved. Delegates will be tasked with ending the struggle and tension between the states.
Agenda Item 1:
Unauthorized exercises on the Mediterranean
Agenda Item 2:
Enhancing the diplomatic ties between Kosovan and Serbian government