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The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) will not make a common base for all participating countries of people, who can potentially commit terrorist acts, permanent representative of Ukraine to the OSCE and head of the OSCE Permanent Council Ihor Prokopchuk said at the OSCE conference "Priorities of international cooperation in fight against terrorism", which takes place in Kyiv on October10-11, ForUm correspondent reports.
"I am not aware of the fact that such database functions in the OSCE or the OSCE may be related to the creation of such database," he said.
"We only exchange experience in providing large-scale events, such as sports and political. And the experience of Ukraine in holding Euro-2012, of course, will be of interest to our partners from the point of view of other major sporting events," Prokopchuk summed up.