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OSCE to hold meeting on regional security in Seoul

05-03-2010 14:55 BJT

SEOUL, May 3 (Xinhua) -- The Organization for Security and Co- operation in Europe (OSCE), a regional security organization with 56 participating countries, will hold a two-day meeting in Seoul on May 18, the government said Monday.

South Korea is among five Asian state partners of the world's largest regional security organization, along with Japan, Mongolia, Afghanistan, Thailand and Australia, Seoul's foreign ministry said in a press briefing.

The 56 member countries and 12 partner countries will discuss multilateral security cooperation in Northeast Asia, promoting good governance, environmental issues and women's contribution to security, it said.

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