Conventional arms control under OSCE auspices
The CFE Treaty of 1990 is the cornerstone treaty on conventional arms control in Europe. It limits the number of heavy conventional weapon systems in Europe, provides for the regular exchange of military information and offers the possibility of mutual verification. moreTreaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe (CFE Treaty)
The Treaty on Open Skies (OS) permits its States Parties to conduct observation flights unhindered, in an area stretching from Vancouver to Vladivostok. moreThe Treaty on Open Skies
The Vienna Document 2011 is a convention regulating the military aspects of confidence and security and is applicable throughout the OSCE area. moreVienna Document 2011
The Dayton Peace Agreement of 21 November 1995 negotiated by the warring parties in the former Yugoslavia contains two articles on arms control which form the basis for work that continues to this day. moreThe Dayton Peace Agreement
With its comprehensive objective based on the rule of law, the CoC goes beyond the OSCE’s politico-military dimension, thus linking the security and human dimensions of the OSCE acquis.
moreThe OSCE Code of Conduct on politico-military aspects of security