Azerbaijani Foreign Minister to Attend at Meeting of Monitoring Committee of PACE on Frozen Conflicts
Azerbaijan, Baku / Trend corr. S.Agayeva / Azerbaijani Foreign Minister, Elmar Mammadyarov, will deliver a report concerning the frozen conflicts at the meeting of the Monitoring Committee of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE). The meeting will be held in Berlin on 5 and 7 November 2007, Gultakin Hajiyeva, the member of the Azerbaijani delegation to PACE, said.
The Foreign Ministers of Moldova, Georgia, Armenia and Russia will also take part at the meeting.
The issue concerning the frozen conflicts will also be included into the agenda of the 62nd session of the General Assembly of the UN, which will be held in New York in the end of September.
Results of the frozen conflicts for security and development, as well as ways to prevent the military actions on the occupied territories are expected to discuss at the meeting, Valeri Chechelashvili, the Secretary General of the Organization for Democracy and Economic Development of GUAM (Georgia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan and Moldova), said to the Trend Agency.
The project on frozen conflicts on the territories of GUAM countries was developed and included into the agenda of the UN's General Assembly in the end of 2006. GUAM was established during the summit of the EU's heads in Strasburg in 1997. Uzbekistan joined the organization in 1999 and left it within four years. GUAM was announced the international organization and was called the Organization for Democracy and Economic Development.