I hope following a few meetings between ministers of exterior of Azerbaijan and Armenia within the framework of Prague process and negotiations held in Warsaw and Kazan in 2005, as well as in Rambouait, Nagorno-Karabakh conflict will be resolved, - Trendreports quoting the written answer of Mihai-Razvan Ungurjanu, Romanian minister of exterior and chairman of Ministers Committee of EC, delivered to members of Azerbaijan delegation on April 12 at Parliamentary Assembly of EC
The letter was the response to questions raised by members of Azeri parliament Ganira Pashayeva and Rafael Huseynov.
The letter says the following: В"Heads of states shared their opinions regarding unresolved conflicts at the third meeting in Warsaw. Ministers Committee of EC has come to decision to pay special attention to Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. This position remains unchanged since Azerbaijan and Armenia have joined ECВ".
В"Representatives of public pf the both countries, including members of parliament, have their responsibilities in this respect. Use of language of threats is not a path to a positive solutionВ",- Romanian minister writes.
He opines that neither EC nor Ministers Committee is authorized to interfere the negotiations on the conflict resolution, as this is responsibility of OSCEs Minsk Group. However, EC may provide some assistance in development of cooperation between the two countries, in particular, resolution 1690 approved by Ministers Committee in September 2005, which states a number of such initiatives.