Safarov's issue has nothing to do with Eastern Partnership – Polish MFA

Thu 20 September 2012 13:00 GMT | 18:00 Local Time

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The issue of Ramil Safarov has nothing to do with the Eastern Partnership which involves both Azerbaijan and Armenia.

The statement came from the Polish Foreign Ministry, Gun.Az reports.

It's noted that the extradition and pardon of Ramil Safarov is not topic of discussion within the Eastern Partnership program of the European Union.

"The Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs has held no negotiations with Hungary regarding the issue of Ramil Safarov.

This issue has nothing to do in the field of cooperation with Eastern Partnership countries," the Polish Ministry noted in its statement.

Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary are members of the Visegrad group.




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