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OSCE

Observed/Objective Structured Clinical Examination. A UK examination format used to evaluate medical students and doctors in training. In an OSCE (pronounced OSS-kee), an assessor observes a doctor at a skills station, which requires the doctor to perform a task or carry out an examination with a clearly defined set of components that the candidate is expected to perform.
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OSCE is an important assessment format of performance, demonstrating multiple competencies by using multiple stations to assess those competencies.
Kazakhstan took over term presidency of OSCE in 2010.
The OSCE is "a regional arrangement as described in Chapter VII of the United Nations Charter," explained Passy.
As a result of negotiations with the Secretary General, the OSCE Secretariat distributed among the participating states a Note Verbale, in which it restated the official policy of the organization that the Secretariat carries no responsibility for the content of the document received for distribution from any participating state and that such distribution is without prejudice to the OSCE decisions as set out in documents agreed by OSCE participating states, said the message.
OSCE parliamentary observers will deploy to polling stations across Tajikistan, working closely with long-term observers from the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (OSCE/ODIHR) and in co-ordination with colleagues from the European Parliament (EP).
Although the OSCE Minsk Group deals with the issue for over two decades, its activities have brought no breakthrough results so far.
They exchanged opinions and positions on the bilateral agreement between BiH and the OSCE, which would regulate, among other things, the status, privileges and immunities of OSCE officials and employees in BiH, stated the BiH Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
It adds that the Government of Uzbekistan and the OSCE are committed "to work together to build a more prosperous, resilient and sustainable society.
It is also very important for OSCE to see "for whom and in what context is a particular OSCE valid?
org/special-monitoring-mission-to-ukraine/312951) OSCE Secretary General Lamberto Zannier said .
One OSCE patrol member killed, one injured," Kurz wrote on Twitter.
While the main achievement of its predecessor, the Conference for Security and Cooperation in Europe (CSCE), was to bridge the East-West divide in Europe during the Cold War, the CSCE was transformed into the OSCE in 1995 to respond to the various challenges generated by the emergence of a multipolar world.