Azerbaijan, Baku, December 14 / Trend , M.Aliyev /
Member of the
European Parliament Edward Littner in his speech condemned the occupation policy of Armenia against Azerbaijan and urged Europe to take a more active part in the settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh problem. Littner made a speech at the three-day conference in Berlin entitled "Truth as a path to reconciliation - the forgotten victims, Jews and Azerbaijanis in the Caucasus", the press service of the Youth Forum of the Organization of the Islamic Conference told Trend on Dec. 14.
The conference in Berlin was devoted to the International Day of Human Rights (10 December). Participants familiarized with the report "Khojaly - the forgotten tragedy", as well as a presentation of the CD on "Justice to Khojaly" translated into German for the first time.
Potsdam University Professor Wilfried Furman, director of the Europe-Azerbaijan Society Shahin Namati-Nasab, professor of Bonn and Berlin universities Eva Maria Auh in their presentations spoke about the history of the Jews who had lived in safety in the territory of Azerbaijan for centuries. At the conference director of the Institute of Human Rights of the Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences Ayten Mustafayeva briefed the participants on the last book of late Professor Rovshan Mustafayev, The Marches of Death, for the first time published in German. The campaign "Justice to Khojaly" was launched by Leyla Aliyeva, General Coordinator of Intercultural Dialogue of the OIC Youth Forum for Dialogue and Cooperation on 8 May 2008. The campaign aims to bring the truth about the Khojaly tragedy to the attention of the world community, as well as for the political and moral evaluation of the tragedy by the world community.