Samed Seyidov: PACE bureau will take control over the ad-hoc committee on Nagorno-Karabakh
Ad-hoc committee of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) on Nagorno-Karabakh will now continue its work under the direct control of organizations Bureau, the head of Azerbaijani parliamentary delegation to PACE, Samed Seidov told Trend exclusively, during his news conference on the results of his visit to PACE committee in Paris.
Commenting on the speech of the committee head, Lord Russell Johnson, Seyidov underlined that the content of this speech was known beforehand, as it was included in the Council of Europes agenda during the January session of the committee. We hold similar evaluation. Following the resolution adopted at the Council of Europes conference, Lord Johnson continues to reflect on the realities of the Azerbaijani-Armenian conflict and the interests of Azerbaijan, Seyidov said. The date of a meeting of
the Ad Hoc Committee will be defined at a meeting of PACE in April.
Seyidov stated that together with PACE Azerbaijan will have to appoint a representative of the mission to participate in talks. But our delegation has not been completely formed, we are waiting for the results of the re-run parliamentary elections in May, Seyidov emphasized.
He also said that another meeting of the CE representatives will take place on March 16 in Istanbul, though no issue on Azerbaijan was not included in the agenda.