Asim Mollazadeh, deputy and representative of Democratic reforms party (DRP), has taken part at the conference entitled Future status of Kosovo held April 8 in Strasburg, DRP officials told Trend.
We should note that the conference was organized by the Alliance of Liberals and Democratic reforms of the EC, EU parliamentary group of the same name, democratic reform and liberal party of Europe and Liberintern.
In the course of the conference Mr Mollazadeh has met some heads of Europes liberal parties and members of parliaments.
In his speech head of DRP has touched the concepts of resolution of Europes conflicts of today, reminding of the reference developed by Venice Commission of the CE that sets out the right of each country for securing its territorial integrity and sovereignty, as well the nations right for self-identification. He noted that international legislation the nations self-identifications implies provision of autonomy. Mr Mollazadeh has outlined the importance of identification
of the future status of Kosovo within the framework of international legislation and modification of borders based on mutual agreements.
Mr Mollazadeh also touched the issue of Azerbaijans lands occupation by Armenia, heightening attention at Azerbaijani refugees that escaped Armenian genocide. Alongside bringing individuals committing military crime in Yugoslavia to justice by Haag tribunal, he has outlined the necessity in prosecuting the military criminals who killed people in Nagorno Karabakh.
At the conference, the issue on joining the EU was set for Kosovo alongside Serbia in the event of its turning into an independent state. European liberals have prepared the relevant documents for the conference. These documents contain recommendations on the future status of Kosovo and converting this area into an independent state that joined the EU alongside Serbia and is recognized by United Nations.