Tbilisi. 4 July. REPORT. AZ / Georgia's capital Tbilisi hosted a meeting of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly's Democracy, Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs Committee.
Report’s Georgian bureau informs, the meeting discussed development of democracy, human rights and humanitarian situation in the OSCE region and then the draft of the final resolution of the committee.
Armenian deputies proposed to add the issue on examining the situation of “national minorities and religious groups” to the provision on "importance to investigate increasing acts of violence and discrimination in the OSCE region.
A member of Azerbaijani delegation, MP Ulviyya Agayeva said that the acts of violence and discrimination should not be linked with religious and national belongings and this might give rise to new problems.
Azerbaijani MP was also supported by the members of the committee.
Following the discussions, the Armenian proposal was not accepted.