84 Follow-up to the Economic Forum 33. It was noted that an Economic Forum seminar on "The role of stable and transparent economic legislation for economic and social transition" was held in Almaty on 22-24 October 1997 and that a joint OSCE/OECD Conference on "National and international approaches to improving integrity and transparency in government" will take place in Paris on 15- 16 July 1998. A seminar on sub-regional environmental issues is expected to take place in Tashkent on 22-24 September 1998. However, these are only three out of a number of seminars announced at the Fifth Meeting of the Economic Forum. There is a need for better planning of seminars. 34. It is foreseen that a follow-up seminar to the 1998 Economic Forum will take place in early 1999 under Norwegian auspices. The theme of this seminar would be "Regulatory frameworks in the field of energy". Such seminars should include adequate representation both of governments and of industry in order to ensure a result-oriented dialogue. 35. Some other possible themes for follow-up seminars were also suggested, including on "security aspects of the interrelationship between energy and the environment" to be considered at a seminar conducted jointly by
Helsinki Monitor (in 2008 continued as Security and Human Rights) – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1998
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