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"We have made a formal proposal and request to continue the mission's activities, as well as to boost opportunities, human resources, and finances to make the mission more effective than in previous years," Prystaiko said at a joint press conference in Kyiv with the OSCE Chairperson-in-Office, Albania's Prime Minister and Minister for Europe and Foreign Affairs, Edi Rama.

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"We have discussed with [Albania's] Prime Minister Rama how the OSCE cooperation should be built. The Ukrainian side expects additional efforts from the OSCE, first of all, from the SMM," Prystaiko added.