The Azerbaijani side is not concerned over the fact, that the arrival of the Armenian deputies may not take place. The principal thing is that the PACE Monitoring CommitteeвЂ™s sitting will be held at the high level, head of the Azerbaijani parliamentary delegation to PACE and head of the international relations and inter-parliamentary relations of the Milli Mejlis, Samed Samedov told Trend.
According to him, the significance of the PACE Monitoring Committee sitting in Baku will not be diminished in case of non-participation of the invited Armenian deputies. В"Imagine
,around 100 European deputies will arrive in Baku to take part in the sittings of the PACE Monitoring Committee and sub-committee on migration and refugees. We discussed not once the issues, related to Azerbaijan at the sittings of these committees. But now holding these meetings in Baku is very important for Azerbaijan. The issues, having direct relation to Azerbaijan, will be discussed now, and the European deputies will see the realities of Azerbaijan with their own eyes. I guess these debates will promote the unbiased look into the Azerbaijani realities. Our wish is that the PACE documents reflect the ongoing processes in AzerbaijanвЂќ, Seyidov stressed.
It should be reminded, that the PACE sub-committee meeting on migration and refugees will be held on 4 July 2005, at the В"Hyatt ParkВ" Hotel, and on 5 July, sitting of the Monitoring Committee will be held.