Press Affairs and Public Relations

Point of Contact for Journalists at the German OSCE Mission in Vienna is Mr. Holger Dreiseitl

E-mail: diplo%27%de,holger%27%dreiseitl

Telephone: + 43 1 711 54167

Mobile phone:  +43 664 80 154 167

The secretariat of the Mission’s press office can be reached by telephone + 43 1 711 54213 and by e-mail: wien%27%auswaertiges-amt%27%de,pol-s6-osze

In matters of urgency the spokesman can be contacted on his mobile phone outside regular office hours. This service only applies to urgent press queries. Requests for general information by non-media public should be directed to the Mission through our general contact e-mail form

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Visiting groups

Groups whose work relates to the subject matter of the OSCE can visit the German Permanent Mission to the OSCE to receive information on the structure and the activities of our Mission as well as on the OSCE, if staff schedules allow.

Federal Foreign Office, Berlin

Press department of the German Foreign Office

Germany-based journalists should always contact the press department of the Federal Foreign Office in Berlin for information: diplo%27%de,presse / +49 30 5000 2056.

The press department of the German Foreign Office

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Press department of the OSCE

Press queries on matters relating directly and exclusively to the OSCE Secretariat, OSCE institutions or OSCE missions should be directed to the respective spokespersons:

1. OSCE Newsroom:
http://www.osce.org/press

Office: + 43 1 514 36 6756 (From 09:00-18:00 Vienna time, weekdays)

Phone: + 43 676 71 74 592 (For urgent and out of office hours requests)

E-Mail: osce%27%org,press

Spokesman of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly:

https://www.oscepa.org/news-a-media/for-the-media

Press department of the German Embassy in Vienna

For media queries concerning the German Embassy in Vienna (bilateral relations to Austria) please turn to: Dr. Elke Ramlow , +43 1 71154116.

Press Affairs and Public Relations

Berliner Zeitungsmarkt

Press releases of the German Foreign Office

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German daily news

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