Azerbaijan and Armenia to Shed Light on Destiny of Captured, Missing, or Kidnapped

Armenian-Azerbaijani conflict Materials 14 November 2006 20:15 (UTC +04:00)

A meeting of corresponding State organizations of Azerbaijan and Armenian on resolving the whereabouts of those persons who have been captured, missing and kidnapped, is expected to be held in the near future, Shahin Sayilov, Secretary of the State Commission for Affairs of Captured, Missing and Kidnapped Citizens said, Trend reports.

Previously relations with the Baku Representative Office of the International Red Cross Committee had not been good. However recently, these relations have gained a positive impetus. Establishing close co-operation with the corresponding Armenian commission is expected take place within the Red Cross Committee in the near future. Representatives of the Red Cross Committee have hold meetings with the Azerbaijani and Armenian organizations for affairs with regard to the captured, missing and kidnapped citizens. During the meeting, both parties will present lists of the missing, captured and kidnapped persons with the aim of determining their whereabouts. Areas where the victims were buried will also be identified., said Mr. Sayilov.