CSCE DOCUMENTS CSCE Helsinki Document 1992 The Challenges of Change HELSINKI SUMMIT DECLARATION Promises and problems of change 1. We, the Heads of State or Government of the States participating in the Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe, have returned to the birthplace of the Helsinki process, to give new impetus to our common endeavour. 2. The Charter of Paris for a New Europe, signed at the last Summit, defined a common democratic foundation, established institutions for cooperation and set forth guidelines for realization of a community of free and democratic States from Vancouver to Vladivostok. 3. We have witnessed the end of the cold war, the fall of totalitarian regimes and the demise of the ideology on which they were based. All our countries now take democracy as the basis for their political, social and economic life. The cscE has played a key role in these positive changes. Still, the legacy of the past remains strong. We are faced with challenges and opportunities, but also with serious difficulties and disappointments. 4. We have met here to review recent developments, to consolidate the achievements of the CSCE and to set its future direction. To meet new challenges
Helsinki Monitor (in 2008 continued as Security and Human Rights) – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1992
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