Seoul Declaration was included clause supporting territorial integrity of countries and condemning aggression
The Seoul Declaration adopted at the fourth Assembly General of the International Conference of Political Parties of Asian Countries held in Seoul from 7 to 10 September was included a clause supporting the territorial integrity of the countries and condemning the aggression, the Executive Secretary of the ruling New Azerbaijan Party (NAP), MP Ali Ahmadov told a press-conference on September 15 held in headquarter of NAP, Trend reports.
He noted that generally the conference was dedicated to the peace and development in Asia. The conference brought together the representatives of the ruling parties from 36 countries. Ahmadov also emphasized that during the meeting discussions were held on the problems with the peace and development in Asian countries, conflicts and their prevention.
The representative of NAP emphasized that two months earlier before the beginning of the conference in the Assembly General, a letter had been sent with the information regarding the results of Nagorno-Karabakh conflict and aggressive policy of Armenia. Our goal is that the Seoul Deceleration reflects the results of annexationist policy of Armenia. But taking into consideration a large number of conflicts in Asia, this clause took a common character, Ahmadov added.
In addition, Ahmadov stressed that Nagorno-Karabakh conflict was discussed during the meetings at the conference with the representatives of ruling parties of Asian countries. Such conferences assumes a great importance for us in delivering the realities about Azerbaijan to the world public, he underlined.
The conference is held every two years. The last conference had been held in Peking. Yet it is not clear where the next conference will be held.
The deputy executive secretary of NAP Siyavush Novruzov also participated at the conference.