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MOSCOW, June 26 (Itar-Tass) - Libya intends to be the OSCE partner for cooperation and gives an application in June, Ukrainian Ambassador Vladimir Yelchenko said.
Speaking at a round-table meeting devoted to the OSCE activity, Yelchenko said, “The growing cooperation with the OSCE partners is an encouraging tendency. Libya has become the 12th state, which gave an application on joining the OSCE partners for cooperation.”
“We’re convinced that such processes enrich the organisation and make it strong and authoritative,” Yelchenko stressed.