PACE Chairman Jean Claude Mignon: "We Came To A Decision In PACE Bur

PACE Chairman Jean Claude Mignon: “We Came To A Decision In PACE Bureau Not To Pass Any Resolution On Further Activity Of The Subcommittee On Nagorno Karabakh”

[ 27 Jan 2012 16:43 ]

“I consider that we will have a good cooperation with the Azerbaijani
officials in the fields of human rights and implementation of
democratic reforms”

Strasbourg. Fuad Gulubeyli – APA. “We have very good relations with
Azerbaijani delegation to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of
Europe. We often communicate and I consider that we will have a good
cooperation with the Azerbaijani officials in the fields of human
rights and implementation of democratic reforms. I have high hopes
on that”, PACE Chairman Jean Claude Mignon told APA’s European bureau.

“The Azerbaijani officials always showed interest to the European norms
on human rights. I consider that we can come to common conclusions
on this and the other issues”.

Mignon assessed the discussion held in the PACE Bureau on Azerbaijan
and said that the discussions were held on the activity of Subcommittee
on Nagorno Karabakh: “We have held discussion on further activity of
the Subcommittee on Nagorno Karabakh and came to a conclusion not to
pass any resolution on its further activity. We want to win a time for
thinking about what we can do in connection with this issue. We will
also consider the activity of the OSCE Minsk Group. I have personal
relations with the officials of the Minsk Group co-chairing countries
and we came to a decision that we need to win a time in order to
determine how we can cooperate with them”.

PACE Chairman said that he would possibly visit Azerbaijan:
“Of course, I will not pay so many visits as my predecessor. Mr.
Chavushoglu visited many countries as PACE president. Today I proposed
in the Bureau to prepare the calendar of my upcoming visits and their
purposes. It will cover my visits and the visits of our delegations
as well”.

From: Emil Lazarian | Ararat NewsPress

http://en.apa.az/news.php?id=164577

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