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Baku Hosts Discussions On Meetings Between Azerbaijani And Armenian Young People In Strasbourg (PHOTO)


(MENAFN- Trend News Agency)

BAKU, Azerbaijan, June 22. The discussions on the follow-up of meetings between Azerbaijani and Armenian youth representatives took place in Strasbourg with support of the German and French embassies in Baku, Trend reports.

The meeting was attended by French Ambassador to Azerbaijan Zacharie Gross, Deputy Head of the German Embassy Mission in Baku Heiko Schwarz and young Azerbaijanis, who shared their experiences.

One of the participants underscored the fruitfulness of the meetings, as well as the usefulness of French and German experience in establishing lasting peace.

Furthermore, the French ambassador noted the significance of such meetings between young people of the two countries.

'Even though peacebuilding is a very long and complex process, such kind of meetings between the Azerbaijani and Armenian youth should be held on a regular basis,' Gross said.

He also emphasized the necessity to involve other countries and representatives of the world's thinktanks in accelerating the reconciliation process.

In his turn, the German official expressed hope for future organization of such meetings, which will promote further development of Azerbaijan-Armenia relations.

Meetings of Azerbaijani and Armenian young people were held on June 6-10 in France within the framework of FGYO (Franco-German Youth Office) program 'New areas of cooperation within the EU's Eastern Partnership'.

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