Press statements of the OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media
Publishing date: 7 September 1998
VIENNA, 7 September 1998-- Authorities in Belgrade refuse visa to OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media, Freimut Duve. Duve\\\'s proposal to get personally engaged in Belgrade in favor of visas for...
Publishing date: 10 September 1998
VIENNA, 10 September 1998- Freimut Duve, OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media, expressed his desire to visit Belgrade in the context of Yugoslav authorities\' recent restrictions on the ability of journalists to practice their profession freely. H
Publishing date: 16 September 1998
VIENNA/SARAJEVO, 16 September 1998- The following statement was made by the OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media, Mr. Freimut Duve:
Publishing date: 18 September 1998
VIENNA, 18 September 1998-- Zu den dramatischen Demonstrationen der letzten Tage gegen auf den TV-Sender Markiza in Bratislava erklärt Freimut Duve, der Beauftragte für die Freiheit der Medien:
Publishing date: 6 October 1998
VIENNA, 6 October 1998- The OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media, Freimut Duve, is extremely concerned with the recent statement issued by the Serbian Minister of Information Aleksandar Vucic in which the Minister threatened the independent media
Publishing date: 15 October 1998
VIENNA, 15 October 1998-- Freimut Duve, the OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media, is increasingly worried by the renewed declaration of war against the independent media proclaimed by Milosevic\'s government...
Publishing date: 21 October 1998
VIENNA, 21 October 1998- Freimut Duve, the OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media, is seriously concerned with the adoption of the Law on Public Information by the Serbian...
Publishing date: 23 October 1998
VIENNA, 23 October 1998- Freimut Duve, the OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media, has invited editors from the Yugoslav independent media to a meeting in Budapest to show his support...
Publishing date: 27 October 1998
WARSAW, 27 October 1998-- The Chairman-in-Office of the OSCE, today expressed his profound concern about the draconian law on information passed on 20 October.