Bucharest host the Conference : OSCE 2010. A decisive year for Europe. Kazakhstan Presidency.
On 24 February 2010 Bucharest will host the Conference : Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe in 2010. A decisive year for Europe. Kazakhstan Presidency, the conference is supported by European Council on International Relations as a moment to mark Kazakhstan Republic assumption to OSCE Chairmanship . Professor Anton Caragea , the President of European Council on International Relations will also attend the Conference on OSCE meeting and will have a welcoming speech.
The Conference is organized by the Diplomatic Mission of Republic of Kazakhstan in Romania and the Institute of International Relations and Economic cooperation in order to mark the assumption to OSCE Chairmanship by the Republic of Kazakhstan . The Republic of Kazakhstan has proposed an ambitious project to reform the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe under the for T banner: Trust, tradition, Transparency and Tolerance.
The well constructed plan to reform OSCE and the present day situation of the organization perceived in an European and Romanian perspective will be the main objectives on the conference agenda. Bucharest Conference will have video message from Kazakhstan Republic President H.E. Nursultan Nazarbaev , Minister of Foreign Affairs of Kazakhstan and Office Chairman of OSCE ,H.E. Kanat Saudabayev . Will debate the important theme`s on the agenda H.E. Emil Constantinescu President of Romania (1996 -2000 ) , H.E. Ion Iliescu, President of Romania ( 1990-1996;2000-2004 ) , Mr. Ioan Cezar Coraci , president of UGIR-1903 , Mr. Nechifor Catalin Ioan , parliamentary , vice-president of Romanian- Kazakhstan Parliamentary Friendship Group. Also the participants will be welcomed by the speeches of H.E. Kairat Aman- Diplomatic Mission of Kazakhstan Chief and Professor dr. Anton Caragea- director of Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation.
The Conference on OSCE 2010. A decisive year for Europe , is one of the events that demonstrate that Romanian contribution to world debates and European policy creation is still appreciated and also the conference marks the profound cooperation between Romania and Kazakhstan in tackling the new European security architecture
INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AND ECONOMIC COOPERATION BECOMES A UNITED NATIONS NETWORK MEMBER
On 15 of January 2010 the Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation from Romania becomes the newest member of United Nations Global compact Initiatives .The Global Compact action of United Nations is focused on ad advanced principles as: human rights, labor standards, environment and anti-corruption.
In the welcoming note for professor Anton Caragea , director of Institute of international Relations and Economic Cooperation, Mr. Georg Kell the Executive Director of United Nations Global Compact Office wrote: “we applaud your leadership in making this decision and welcome your organization`s engagement in the Global compact- the world`s largest corporate initiatives ..from the beginning, the Global Compact has considered that your participation helps to foster this collaborative spirit which is so critical for tackling today`s challenges.. again, we thank you for joining the Global Compact. We are eager to hear your ideas and experiences, and encourage you to share your views with us. We stand ready to support your efforts”.
The acceptance of Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation in the United Nations framework is a proof of the advancement of foreign policy research and activities in Romania and there global impact, furthermore the Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation is the only Romanian institution ever accepted in the Global Compact of United Nations.