Amnesty International's Statements to the 2005 OSCE Human Dimension Implementation Meeting
This document contains the statements issued by Amnesty International during the 10th Human Dimension Implementations Meeting, held from 19 to 30 September 2005, in Warsaw, Poland. Amnesty International delivered oral statements at the following working sessions during the meeting: humanitarian issues, including: migration, refugees and displaced people; freedom of assembly and association; the question of the abolition of capital punishment and a written statement on methods to prevent torture.
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- Turkey: Further information: Two missing men "found" in police detention: Gökhan Türkmen and Mustafa Yılmaz
- Georgia: Russia and the de facto authorities in the South Ossetia/Tskhinvali region must reopen closed crossing points and guarantee freedom of movement of civilians
- Equatorial Guinea: Joint NGO letter to IMF re: Consideration of an Extended Fund Facility for Equatorial Guinea