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What does OSG stand for?

OSG stands for Office of the Secretary-General (United Nations)

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On his part, Adel Ali al Baker, director of the office of the secretary-general of QRCS, said: "We are ready to implement these programmes as soon as possible and to the best of our abilities to support our Syrian brothers who are suffering severely.
PDT, at the University of Washington Evans School of Public Affairs, veteran television anchor Margaret Lawson King, moderator, will lead a panel that includes: Frank Blethen, owner and publisher of the Seattle Times; Joanne Fitzgerald, University of Washington international law professor; Edward Mortimer, Director of Communications, Executive Office of the Secretary-General, the UN; and Ron Sims, King County Executive.
The UN today faces acute financial constraints, considerable demoralization of several of its high-ranking bureaucrats, and growing perceptions of centralization of authority and power within the Security Council and the office of the Secretary-General.
This is notwithstanding the fact that due to its United Nations backing, the Commission was in a far better position to carry out this inter-State inquiry owing to its global or international mandate rather than a domestic inquiry team; (D) Further, the Government of Pakistan wishes to present the clear understanding to the Office of the Secretary-General that the comments and observations so made by the members of the Inquiry Commission in the report, which are not authenticated and referenced, shall not be used or adopted by any State or institution as facts determined, and in the event that any State or institution makes an attempt to rely on them, then the said reliance shall not hold any credence whatsoever.
In having an executive branch in the office of the secretary-general, a semblance of a parliament in the General Assembly, a sort of Joint Chiefs of Staff in the Security Council, central banking institutions in the IMF and World Bank, and a kind of judicial system in the World Court and the new International Criminal Court, the UN has all the trappings of a modem state.