CSCE CHRONICLE CSCE Review Conference started in Budapest Arie Bloed 1. Budapest Review Conference On 10 October 1994, the CSCE Review Conference commenced in the Hungarian capital of Budapest. On 5 and 6 December it will be followed by a CSCE Summit meeting. As with the previous four follow-up meetings', the conference focuses on a review of the implementation of CSCE commitments by the 53 participating states as well as on the adoption of new commitments. A great number of proposals by CSCE states have been made for the Budapest Review Conference. The major proposals are the Dutch-German Kinkel-Kooijmans proposal, the Austro-Hungarian proposal for a `Roadmap from Vienna to the CSCE Summit in Budapest' and far-reaching proposals by the Russian Federation: a) Germany and the Netherlands have elaborated the so-called Kinkel- Kooijmans (K+K) proposal, presented by both Foreign Ministers to the Permanent Committee in Vienna in April. One of the most interesting elements of the 'K+K-proposal' concerns the relationship with the United Nations. The proposal provides for a 'csCE first' principle which means that conflicts within the CSCE area should first be dealt with by the CSCE. Only if the CSCE would not be able to settle the
Helsinki Monitor (in 2008 continued as Security and Human Rights) – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1994
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