PACE POLITICAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE DISCUSSES STABILITY PACT IN SOUTHERN CAUCASUS
June 29 2006
Rumanian parliamentarian Adrian Severn’s memorandum was heard at
He thinks that parallel treat with Southern Caucasus countries and
Balkan countries is impossible, APA reports.
He thinks it is impossible to admit Balkan and southern Caucasus
countries to the EU.
Stability Pact was put forward for the first time by Bulgarian MP
Vlachezar in 2004.
Head of Azerbaijani delegation to PACE Samad Seidov stated that he
was satisfied with the document.
Armenian parliament speaker and head of Armenian delegation Tigran
Torosyan told that both sides’ positions on Garabagh were heard at
the meeting. He said that it was not a report but a memorandum.
"It is so far difficult to say anything about the memorandum. Some
items in the document is in contradiction with PACE conceptions. It
is necessary to harmonize these documents. I talked with Severn about
the issue. He promised to work on the document once more. The topic
was indirectly linked to Garabagh issue, but was not discussed widely.
Severn said that because some other reporters work on Garabagh issue,
it is unnecessary to discuss it here."