Andrei Dapkiunas. Archive photo Proper level of security and interaction is possible only through dialogue, Permanent Representative of Belarus to the OSCE Andrei Dapkiunas said when speaking at the Special Meeting of the OSCE Permanent Council in Vienna on 13 January 2022, BelTA has learned. During the event, Poland, that will hold the OSCE chairmanship in 2022, presented the organization's priorities for this period.
In this regard, Andrei Dapkiunas stressed: «The Belarusian delegation welcomes the Polish minister of foreign affairs to the Permanent Council meeting and thanks him for presenting the priorities of the OSCE Chairmanship-in-Office and the vision for the development of our organization.
We are grateful to you for the declared openness in discussing ways to ensure a comprehensive and indivisible security.» «It is in the light of building a comprehensive, co-operative and indivisible security community throughout our shared OSCE area, as stated in the final declaration of the OSCE summit in Astana in 2010, that we see both the statement made by the Russian delegation today and the recent Russian proposals for security guarantees,” Andrei Dapkiunas said.