Karabakh speaker talks about peace process to German experts
YEREVAN, April 3. /ARKA/. The speaker-headed delegation of Nagorno-Karabakh Republic (NKR) is now in Berlin with a working visit, the parliament press office reported.
The delegation comprised of the speaker Ashot Ghulyan, deputy foreign minister Felix Khachatryan and NKR’s resident representative to Germany Harutiun Grigoryan visited the House of Johannes Lepsius in Potsdam and met with the director of the museum Rolf Hosfeld.
Hosfeld briefed the delegation on objectives of the House and collection of facts about the genocide of Armenians and efforts made by Lepsius to inform the German and the global community about the atrocities.
NKR’s speaker talked with Hosfeld about further cooperation with the museum.
Later the head of Karabakh parliament made a report entitled “Nagorno-Karabakh: expectations, concerns and prospects” at an event on Karabakh’s role in development of the South Caucasus held in the European Academy in Berlin.
Ghulyan talked about the current status of the Karabakh peace process and said laying foundation for peaceful co-existence of two states, Nagorno-Karabakh Republic and Azerbaijani Republic, is the shortest way to long-term peace.
Among other speakers at the event were ex-deputy of Bundestag Wolfgang Biornze, representative of the Science and Politics Foundation Doctor Uve Halbah and Professor of Law at Hamburg University Otto Luchterhandt. The event was attended also by Armenia’s ambassador to Germany Vahan Hovhannisyan.
Experts provided their view of Karabakh’s right to self-determination, mediators’ efforts in peace process, regional development prospects and other issues. –0—