The importance and the consequences of the PACE adopted resolution
On September 29th, 11am, a discussion on “The importance and the consequences of the PACE adopted resolution” took place at Media Center.
Siranush Sahakyan – the representative of the interests of Armenian prisoners of war in Azerbaijan at European Court of Human Rights, lawyer
Davit Amiryan - Davit Amiryan, Deputy Director of the Open Society Foundations
Tatevik Manukyan - Assistant to the Human Rights Defender of Armenia

On September 27th, on the day of the second Karabakh war anniversary the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) on the last day of autumn session adopted a resolution about the humanitarian consequences of the Nagorno Karabagh conflict.

The report was made by Irish Parliamentarian Paul Gavan based on the information gathered from his trips to Armenia and Azerbaijan.


The report and resolution addresses issues of casualties, prisoners of war and missing people, displaced people, as well as war crimes.

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