Tbilisi Declaration was adopted as OSCE PA closed it’s annual session in Georgia
The results of the last OSCE PA session are represented in the 2016 Tbilisi Declaration focusing. The leading states are focused on security, migration and human rights issues.
The Declaration also condemns the aggression of the Russian Federation in Crimea, including the alleviation of the conflict in the Donbas region.
To prevent the Ukraine crisis from becoming another protracted conflict, the OSCE should work towards facilitating a constructive discourse that will bring all sides to the negotiating table and establish a long-term solution. The Parliamentary Assembly could strengthen its role in this effort by facilitating, inter alia, more in-depth and productive dialogue between parliamentarians, the official report concludes
The Annual Session is the largest event on the OSCE PA calendar that brought together nearly 300 delegates for a five-day debate under the banner “25 Years of Parliamentary Co-operation: Building Trust Through Dialogue.”