Heads of the Procurator's Offices of the Council of Europe (CE) member-countries will be presented extensive information about the important reforms held in Azerbaijan, as well as Armenian-Azerbaijan conflict. Such statement was made on July 5 in Moscow by the procurator-general of Azerbaijan Zakir Garalov who participates at the meeting of the procurators-general of CE member-countries.
According Garalov, the activity of Armenian armed forces in Karabakh and other occupied territories of Azerbaijan is assessed as crime against humanity, genocide and ethical cleansing. We have collected enough materials about these facts and will continue to deliver this information to European and world public. All these facts, as well as photo materials have already been presented to the attention of European colleagues and this action will be continued, told Garalov.
The key topic of the present 7th conference of procurators-general of CE member-countries is dedicated to the interaction of procurators-general of CE member-countries in fight with crimes, and realization of the role and activity of newly created Consultative Council of procurators-general of CE member-countries, Garayev stressed. According to Garayev,
the legislation of Azerbaijan, as well as criminal and criminal-procedural codes have been brought into conformity with the CE standards and this allow us to cooperate with European colleagues. Garalov pointed out that within this forum it is planned to hold meetings with the procurators-general of Russia, Hungary, Austria and other countries.
Answering the question about the level of the relations with the Russian procurator-general of CE member-countries, Garalov mentioned that Azerbaijan procurators-generals office expands its relations with not only Russian colleague, but also procurators-generals office of the countries around the world. The relations between procurators-generals offices of Azerbaijan and Russia are successfully developing and there is not any unsettled problem. We assist each other in revealing crimes and delivering offenders, Garalov added.
The Moscow meeting brought together the representatives of 44 European countries, and the common number of the participants, including the representatives of international organizations, exceeds 150. Russia chair the CE Committee of Foreign Ministers from May to April of this year, and one of its first tasks is to conduct the constituent conference of the new Consultative Council of CE.