Armenian parliament’s commission holds preliminary discussions of protocols signed with Turkey

Armenian parliament’s commission holds preliminary discussions of protocols signed with Turkey
# 19 February 2010 15:46 (UTC +04:00)
Baku - APA. Preliminary discussions of the protocols signed with Turkey were hold at the Armenian parliament’s commission for foreign affairs. Chairman of the commission Armen Rustamyan told that the protocols would be included in the agenda of the parliament in spite of the commission’s opinion: “I will offer the speaker to discuss the protocols at all fractions before our opinion is prepared. We decided to establish a working group consisting of representatives from all fractions. This group will present the exact procedure of discussion of protocols at commission and parliament till February 22. There is a need for discussion of documents at all commissions and arrangement of common hearing”.

Member of “Prospering Armenia” fraction of the commission Ernest Soghomonyan noted that it would be impossible to discuss the protocols until Turkey take a step in the direction of ratification: “Let them begin the discussions, then we will see”.

Dashnak’s draft law on Azerbaijan’s responsibility for Nagorno Karabakh war was adopted at the meeting.

Commission approved the proposed amendment to law on “international agreements”. According to amendment, if any international document is contrary to the national interests of the country, state or government may take back the sign from that document.
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