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Head of Azerbaijani Governmental Delegation to PACE Discusses Urgent Problems of South Caucasus with Foreign Ministers of Georgia and Armenia

Politics Materials 2 May 2007 18:36 (UTC +04:00)
Head of Azerbaijani Governmental Delegation to PACE Discusses Urgent Problems of South Caucasus with Foreign Ministers of  Georgia and   Armenia

Azerbaijan, Baku / Тrend corr I. Alizadeh / Samad Seyidov, the head of the Azerbaijan governmental delegation to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE), the chairman of the Permanent Parliamentary Commission on International Relations and Inter-Governmental Bonds, held a joint meeting in Brussels with the Foreign Minister of Georgia, Gela Bejuashvili, and the Foreign Minister of Armenia, Vardan Oskanian.

Seyidov reported on 2 May that the most important problems of South Caucasus, including Nagorno-Karabakh, had been discussed at the meeting.

"The meeting was attended by the representatives of Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Armenia only. The purpose of the international forum was the organization of joint discussions of the processes that take place in the region," the chairman of the Commission stated.

Not having the right to release the details of the meeting due to internal terms of the Brussels forum, the head of the delegation noted nevertheless that separate discussion of the processes taking place in the South Caucasus are of great importance.

Several days ago an international forum initiated by the German Marshal Foundation was held in Brussels. The processes taking place in the Euro-Atlantic Area, the integration of the South Caucasus into the organization, and other global issues were discussed at the forum.

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