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Nagorno-Karabakh: Armenia and international community speak in one language

December 4, 2012 Leave a comment Go to comments

Republican party member Samvel Farmanyan, head of Armenia’s delegation to the EU-Armenia parliamentary cooperation commission, says the document adopted at the commission’s sitting testifies that Armenia’s and EU’s viewpoints over Nagorno Karabakh conflict settlement coincide.
 
“The bilateral document comes to prove that Armenia and international community speak in one language and have one approach while Azerbaijan is heading to isolation,” he said.
 
The members of the delegation stressed their united work in Brussels gave a positive result.
 
Farmanyn thanked the opposition members of the delegation for their constructive and effective work. Referring to the document’s provisions relating to the Nagorno Karabakh conflict settlement, Farmanyan said with the document the EU once again confirmed that the peaceful settlement of the Karabakh conflict has no alternative, it also condemns the decision of Azerbaijani president to pardon murderer Ramil Safarov.
 
Farmanyan said the EU is also dissatisfied with the Armenian-Turkish protocols being not ratified, mentions the 1987 Council of Europe Resolution on recognizing the Armenian Genocide, noting that during the recent years the issue is being discussed in Turkey which is quite welcoming.
 
Member of the commission Tigran Urikhanyan, from the Prosperous Armenia party, said the works may be considered succeeded as the document has been adopted with consensus.
 
Alexander Arzumanyan, member of Free Democrats, said they managed to act as a united team being guided with Armenia’s interests.
 
Nikol Pashinyan, MP from the Armenian National Congress (ANC), said they have brought “a quite normal document.” 

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