Kristian Vigenin elected vice-president of OSCE Parliamentary Assembly

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On the last day of its annual session in Berlin the Parliamentary Assembly of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe elected a president and four vice-presidents.

Kristian Vigenin has become the first Bulgarian in the 27-year history of the organization to take the position of vice-president.

The assembly unites the parliaments of 57 countries from North America, Europe and Asia and represents close to 1 billion people on the planet. 


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