Who We Are
Who we are
The Forum for Security Co-operation (FSC) is one of the OSCE’s two main decision-making bodies (together with the Permanent Council). Established in 1992, it meets weekly in Vienna and provides a platform for the 57 participating States to discuss security concerns and increase co-operation. The chairmanship rotates every four months among the participating States in alphabetical order. A specialized unit within the OSCE Secretariat supports the Forum in its activities.