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PACE co-rapporteurs start visit to South Caucasus2013-04-15 13:58
The OSCE Special Representative for Conflicts Andrew Deschitsa starts the visit to South Caucasus, the News.am reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Andrew Deschitsa arrived to Baku on April 15. During the visit Deschitsa is scheduled to meet with Azerbaijani Defense Minister Safar Abiyev, as well as the representatives of the Presidential Administration and Foreign Minister Elmar Mammadyarov.
During the meeting Andrew Deschitsa inends to discuss the current situation on the peaceful settlement of the Karabakh conflict
After Azerbaijan Deschitsa is scheduled to visit Armenia on April 16-17.
In late March, PACE co-rapporteurs on Georgia Michael Jensen and Boris Tsilevich welcomed the adoption by the Parliament of Georgia amendments to the Constitution on March 25.
According to the co-rapporteurs, the amendments were adopted on the basis of the agreement reached between the ruling majority and the parliamentary opposition.
Jensen and Tsilevich expect the same willingness to cooperate and compromise in the work over other important bills, such as the proposed reform of the Supreme Council of Justice.