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OSCE summit final declaration adopted in Astana2010-12-03 13:14
The final declaration of OSCE summit has been passed in Astana, media reports. Adoption of the declaration has been delayed. The experts who agreed upon the text of the final document held an almost 10-hour session instead of the planned one-an-a-half closed meeting.gt-en-newsitem-inside
A number of states, Russia, Georgia, Moldavia, Armenia and Azerbaijan, voiced their objections to the document provisions concerning the conflicts these countries are involved in. Earlier, Russia had stated that it would not support the wording of the final document mentioning the "conflict in Georgia".
Neither did Armenian and Azerbaijan managed to agree on the problem of Nagorny Karabakh in Astana.
According to experts and observers, the participants of the first summit in the last 10 years failed to agree upon the plan of actions on reforming the organization in terms of crisis response.
The summit was attended by the heads of 28 states. This was the first meeting of such kind between the OSCE countries' leaders in the last 11 years.