Yerevan headquarter of Armenia-Azerbaijan Peace Platform to be established
Works are underway for the opening Yerevan office of the Armenia-Azerbaijan Peace Platform, Rovshan Rzayev the Azerbaijani MP, member of the Management Board of the Azerbaijani Community of Nagorno-Karabakh and one of the founders of the Armenia-Azerbaijan Peace Platform told AzVision.az.
In accordance with the Charter, the decisions were made regarding the number of the members of the Steering Committee and the Central Control-Inspection Commission of the "Armenia-Azerbaijan Civil Peace Platform", their representation principles and the members.
Thus, the Congress decided to form the Steering Committee of the "Armenia-Azerbaijan Civil Peace Platform", consisting of 19 members, from the representatives of the OSCE Minsk Group countries which mediate in the peaceful settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.
According to the general agreement, the proportion of members of the Steering Committee consisting of the overall 19 members is determined as follows: 5 from Armenia, 5 from Azerbaijan, and 9 from each of the other OSCE Minsk Group participating states.
“We try to take all pre-considered measures in this direction. We plan to hold new meetings in a near future. We will discuss the establishment of headquarters of the Platform in Yerevan, Baku and Tbilisi”, Rzayev said.