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  • Faithful to my Homeland, the Republic of Poland

     

  • NEWS 2006-2010

  • [07/05/2008] At the 118th session of the Committee of Ministers in Strasbourg on 7 May, Ján Kubiš, Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Slovak Republic, took stock of the country's chairmanship of the Council of Europe's decision-making body before passing the chairmanship to Carl Bildt, Sweden's Minister for Foreign Affairs. During its mandate, Slovakia respected its priorities by working to strengthen and promote a citizens´ Europe and a transparent and efficient Council of Europe, as well as respect for the organisation's core values. Through special conferences, Sweden will take initiatives aimed at the stronger implementation of the European Convention on Human Rights at national level, work systematically for the implementation of human rights, develop a new strategy for the rights of the child and strengthen the realisation of the rights of disabled persons. 

    Stocktaking of the Slovak Chairmanship

    Priorities for the Swedish Chairmanship

    Session report

    Video of the press conference

    Speech by the CoE Secretary General Terry Davis

    File ''Swedish Charmanship''
     

     

     

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