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On May 18–19, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic hosts "OSCE Security Days" — annual expert meeting devoted to the discussion of security issues in the Euro-Atlantic.

The event has been organized since 2012, with the most recent held in Berlin, in 2016.

Prague event is mostly focused on "Countering fragmentation and polarization: Re-creating a climate for stability in Europe."

On May 18–19, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic hosts "OSCE Security Days" — annual expert meeting devoted to the discussion of security issues in the Euro-Atlantic.

The event has been organized since 2012, with the most recent held in Berlin, in 2016.

Prague event is mostly focused on "Countering fragmentation and polarization: Re-creating a climate for stability in Europe."

The discussion involved high-ranking officials from a number of European countries, international organizations' representatives, experts in international relations, journalists and civil society leaders.

Russia was represented by Andrey Kortunov, RIAC Director General, Nadezhda Arbatova, RIAC expert and Ambassador Aleksander Lukashevich, Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation to the OSCE.

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