UN General Assembly’s upcoming 65th session going to have two Nagorno-Karabakh conflict related issues

UN General Assembly’s upcoming 65th session going to have two Nagorno-Karabakh conflict related issues
# 20 May 2010 09:40 (UTC +04:00)
According to the information office, UN General Assembly’s upcoming 65th session is going to have two Nagorno-Karabakh conflict related issues.
Those are the resolution projects named "Protracted conflicts in the GUAM area and their implications for international peace, security and development" (issue number 34) and "The situation in the occupied territories of Azerbaijan" (issue number 39), the centre said.
According to the UN HQ information office, these items have not yet been considered by the General Assembly at its 64thsession, and remain on the agenda of that session.
Their inclusion in the provisional agenda of the 65th session is subject to any action the Assembly may take on it at its 64th session.
The HQ information office notices, that the exact time when these resolution projects are to be discussed during the GA session, will be specified in the end of September.
The sixty-fifth session will convene at UN Headquarters on 14 September 2010.
However, US based expert on Eurasian countries, Doctor Robert Cutler believes that the so far UN has not been able to make any real contribution to the solution of protracted conflicts in the Caucasus region. “This is not necessarily the UN’s fault but just a fact ", - he told APA’s Washington correspondent commenting on UN’s role in solving frozen conflicts.


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