We have come a long way since the Cold WarOSCE head calls for modesty in planning Feb 19, 2009
This decision to extend the mandate of the OSCE monitors shows that all states agree that the OSCE is a critical part of international efforts to secure lasting stability in the regionAgreement reached on OSCE in Georgia Feb 12, 2009
There appears to be widespread consensus that, to say the least, we need to engage in a dialogue on security issuesOSCE head calls for new dialogue Feb 09, 2009
Serbia plays an essential role in ensuring stability and prosperity, not only in the Balkans but also in the rest of the Southeastern European region at this challenging timeOSCE calls for Serbia to continue reforms Feb 02, 2009
I condemn this unacceptable act of violence. I express my deepest condolences to the victim's familyOSCE calls for investigation into shooting Jan 19, 2009
Dora Bakoyannis, Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Hellenic Republic
Theodora "Dora" Bakoyannis (Greek: Ντόρα Μπακογιάννη; b. May 6, 1954) is a Greek politician, the current Minister for Foreign Affairs of Greece and Chairperson in Office of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe; former Mayor of Athens. She was the first woman mayor of Athens in the city's history, the only elected woman mayor of the Greek capital so far, and also the first woman to serve as Greek Minister for Foreign Affairs, the highest government position yet held by a female Greek politician.
Theodora Mitsotakis was born in Athens in 1954 to a Greek political family. She is the eldest of four children of the veteran Greek politician Constantine Mitsotakis, former Prime Minister of Greece and former leader of the country's centre-right party, New Democracy, and of Marika Mitsotakis (née Giannoukou).