The European Union's Special Representative for South Caucasus, Peter Semneby, said in his interview with News Armenia that the International Commission, Caspian-Caucasus, may play an important role in settling Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.
"This Commission brings together experienced people, including State figures from various countries, and I consider that the Commission may make new ideas and resources," Semneby said, adding that he has met with the representatives of this Commission and welcomes its creation. According to him, the Commission intends to organize a mission to collect facts in Nagorno-Karabakh, but the issue is discussed and the concrete date of the visit is not known yet.
The Deputy Chairman of Caspian-Caucasus and also ex-speaker of National Assembly of Armenia, Artur Bagdasaryan, had said earlier that initiated by the Caspian-Caucasus, a mission will be sent to Nagorno-Karabakh in 2007 to collect the facts.
As a result, a report will be prepared and discussions will be held in Ankara, Tehran, Yerevan, Baku Tbilisi, Moscow, Brussels, Washington and London.
The Commission Caspian-Caucasus was created in February 2007. The Commission comprises of representatives of 14 countries and works in four directions - democratic reforms of states of Caspian-Caucasus region, frozen conflicts, energy issues and relations with Europe.
The Commission is chaired the Foreign Minister of Slovenia, Dimitry Rupel. The Deputy Chairmen of the Commission are Artur Bagdasaryan and representative of Turkey Mustafa Aydin.