A Museum European Center in Memory of Victims of Ethnic Cleansing Will be opened in Council of Europe
The issue of opening a museum of European Center in Memory of Victims of Ethnic Cleansing will be discussed at the meeting of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) On October, the member of the Azerbaijani Delegation in PACE Rafael Huseynov told Trend.
He stressed that the report regarding the creation of the European Center in Memory of Victims of Ethnic Cleansing museum was included in the agenda. Members of the Azerbaijani delegation will also participate in the discussions. The opening of such a museum was discussed last year. We also participated in these debates and offered our opinion that the ethical cleansing committed against Azerbaijan is also reflected in this museum. But at that time, this matter was discussed by the members of the Turkish and Azerbaijani delegations. The Turkish parliamentarians pointed out that Armenia had taken advantage of these circumstances and used the fictitious genocide to be reflected in the museum. Therefore, it was decided to remove this subject from the agenda. But evidently this matter has once again been included in the agenda due to the efforts of certain forces, Huseynov stated.
In addition, he ruled out that a resolution will be passed regarding this issue. We will try to make the resolution simple so that the museum reflects the documents describing general genocides, he said.
Huseynov pointed out that on the same day, the Azerbaijani delegation will hold discussions linked with the ratification of several international conventions on the topic of Reflection of Refugee Problems in the Press.