Astana Commemorative Declaration Towards a Security Community

Astana Commemorative Declaration Towards a Security Community Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe Summit Astana 2010 Chairmanship: Kazakhstan ASTANA COMMEMORATIVE DECLARATION TOWARDS A SECURITY COMMUNITY 1. We, the Heads of State or Government of the 56 participating States of the OSCE, have assembled in Astana, eleven years after the last OSCE Summit in Istanbul, to recommit ourselves to the vision of a free, democratic, common and indivisible Euro- Atlantic and Eurasian security community stretching from Vancouver to Vladivostok, rooted in agreed principles, shared commitments and common goals. As we mark the 35th anniversary of the Helsinki Final Act and the 20th anniversary of the Charter of Paris for a New Europe, we reaffirm the relevance of, and our commitment to, the principles on which this Organization is based. While we have made much progress, we also acknowledge that more must be done to ensure full respect for, and implementation of, these core principles and commitments that we have undertaken in the politico- military dimension, the economic and environmental dimension, and the human dimension, notably in the areas of human rights and fundamental freedoms. 2. We reaffirm our full adherence to the Charter of the United Nations and to all OSCE norms, principles and commitments, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Security and Human Rights Brill

Astana Commemorative Declaration Towards a Security Community

Security and Human Rights , Volume 21 (4): 265 – Jan 1, 2010

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Martinus Nijhoff
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© 2010 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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1874-7337
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1875-0230
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10.1163/187502310794895425
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Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe Summit Astana 2010 Chairmanship: Kazakhstan ASTANA COMMEMORATIVE DECLARATION TOWARDS A SECURITY COMMUNITY 1. We, the Heads of State or Government of the 56 participating States of the OSCE, have assembled in Astana, eleven years after the last OSCE Summit in Istanbul, to recommit ourselves to the vision of a free, democratic, common and indivisible Euro- Atlantic and Eurasian security community stretching from Vancouver to Vladivostok, rooted in agreed principles, shared commitments and common goals. As we mark the 35th anniversary of the Helsinki Final Act and the 20th anniversary of the Charter of Paris for a New Europe, we reaffirm the relevance of, and our commitment to, the principles on which this Organization is based. While we have made much progress, we also acknowledge that more must be done to ensure full respect for, and implementation of, these core principles and commitments that we have undertaken in the politico- military dimension, the economic and environmental dimension, and the human dimension, notably in the areas of human rights and fundamental freedoms. 2. We reaffirm our full adherence to the Charter of the United Nations and to all OSCE norms, principles and commitments,

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