PACE winter session begins today

PACE winter session begins today
# 22 January 2007 12:53 (UTC +04:00)
The main issue on the agenda of the session is the situation in Kosovo and children’s rights. The delegation led by Samad Seyidov will represent Azerbaijan in the session to last till January 26. The head of the delegation Samad Seyidov told the APA correspondent in Strasbourg that though there is no point directly connected with Azerbaijan on the agenda, there are issues interesting for Azerbaijan.
“Among these issues we can mention the discussion of Armenia’s commitments of the PACE, as well as the discussion of the report on missing people in Azerbaijan, Georgia and Armenia prepared by Leo Platvoet in the meeting of the Committee on Migration, Refugees and Population. Besides, the meeting of Subcommittee on Nagorno Karabakh will be held according to resolution #1416. Exchange of views will be held between the heads of the delegations of both countries and the co-rapporteurs on Azerbaijan and Armenian will participate in the meeting,� he said.
Samad Seyidov said that Azerbaijani delegation has thoroughly prepared for the session.
“I think that the delegation will actively participate in the session. The decisions to be held in the Monitoring Committee on Azerbaijan’s fulfilling commitments are more important for us,� he said.
Constantinople Patriarch Varfolomey I will make speech on cultures and religions in today’s meeting, the issues on narcotism and sexual violation in Europe will be discussed, the CE Secretary General Terry Davis will make speech and hold press conference. The discussion of the relations between Russia and Georgia has been removed from the agenda. The reason is that the ambassador withdrawn from Georgia by Russia returned to Tbilisi. The co-rapporteurs of the Monitoring Committee on Russia and Georgia are assigned to observe the relation between the two countries and to make a report in April session on it. /APA/
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