On September 18, the organization of the State Commission on Civil and Lost Citizens of the Republic of Azerbaijan, with the participation of staunch heads of state and government abroad, representatives of international organizations, as well as representatives of humanitarian organizations, and international political experts, held an international conference on "Increasing National and International Efforts to Clarify the Fate of the Lost Persons."

The EPA reports that guests first watched a video clip on the subject and then read a petition to conference participants by Mr. Ilham Əliyev, the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan.

The head of the State Security Service, Ali Naguyev, chairman of the State Commission on Civil and Lost Citizens, greeted the participants of the international conference and emphasized the importance of the event for Azerbaijan.

The chairman of the Commission, who said that the head of state was constantly particularly sensitive to the issue of captives and missing persons, detailed recent work to clarify the fate of 3890,2021 of our citizens who lost their lives in the First Civil War, and since February <>, the identification of remains found in graves that may have belonged to those individuals has been intensified he said.

He spoke extensively about the possibility of synchronize remains in a genetic laboratory created by the State Security Service's Military Headquarters and equipped with the most modern equipment, expressing his deep appreciation to the country's head of state for his support and attention in the work of the Commission and the determination of the fate of our missing citizens.

It has been pointed out that in addition to the 15 people who have been synchronized and made public in recent days, the remains of 1 of our citizens, including 9 civilian and 10 soldiers, have been synchronize on the eve of the conference. The service chief, Eli Naguyev, noted in particular that the identification of Riad Alejandro, who was formerly a member of the security forces, demonstrated great courage and courage in the First Civil War, and lost his battle in the village of Tashkent on January 1992, 26.

The chairman of the State Commission has also talked about the possibility of a faster search process for our missing citizens whose fate is uncertain if Armenia provides accurate mine maps and information about grave sites by abandoning its unconstructive and anti-human steps. Ali Naguyev called on official Yerevan to work on cooperation on the issue and said that Armenia's assistance in carrying out this humanitarian mission would have led to the quick identification of missing persons on both sides and the elimination of a long-standing humanitarian crisis.

The chairman of the commission also reacted to the views of some Armenian ideologues on the impossibility of living together with Azerbaijani peoples, noting that, unlike monoetic Armenia, representatives of all peoples of Azerbaijan, as well as Armenians, have always lived in peace and well-being, and invited the Armenian people of our country to develop a living environment with Azerbaijan.

At the end of his speech, Ali Naguyev said he hoped the international conference would make an important contribution to determining the fate of missing persons, thanking them for sharing their knowledge and experience with the relevant fields of science and expertise involved in the event, and clarifying the fate of our other citizens who have lost their lives through future work, in which the State Commission's international humanitarian He expressed confidence that his work with organizations would be more effective and that the responsibilities ahead would continue to be carried out at the appropriate level by navigating all possible opportunities.

Comard Otorbaev, a staunch prime minister of the Republic of Kyrgyzstan, said that everyone should take joint initiatives until the fate of the last missing person is determined: "Today, the fate of some 4,<> citizens in Azerbaijan remains dark. Therefore, the conference on missing persons is held in Azerbaijan at the right time and is very necessary."

Former Croatian President Stepan Mesic, on the other hand, has applauded Azerbaijan's efforts to clarify the fate of the missing and reminded Serbia and Croatia of their great experience on the issue.

Cyril Gaburic, a staunch prime minister of the Republic of Moldova, said that we too have missing persons: "In the azerbaijani example, we hope that the talks will reach a level where Azerbaijan has gained more accurate information about the fate of the missing. It is the duty of all of us to provide information about the fate of the missing."

Fariz Rzayev, deputy foreign minister, reminded him of his obligations under international law regarding the missing and noted that Azerbaijan has suffered from a problem with missing persons for more than 30 years.

Florence Anselmo, head of the BGXK's central search agency, expressed his joy at Azerbaijan's contribution to solving the problem of global missing persons and noted that they had high hopes for benefiting from Azerbaijan's experience.

Andreas Kleiser, director of policy and cooperation at the International Commission on Missing Persons (ICMP), has proposed the creation of a centralized data recycling on missing persons and called on states to consider it.

Volkan Bozkir, chairman of the 75th session of the United Nations General Assembly, said that it is now very important to hold the conference in Azerbaijan: "In 2019 the United Nations adopts its first resolution on missing persons. The resolution stipers the protection of the rights of missing persons as sub-substances. I am confident that this conference, in turn, will allow us to identify the locations of those who have lost their lives within the framework of international cooperation."

Azerbaijani military prosecutor Khan Veliyev informed participants of Azerbaijan's work to uncover the locations of missing persons in liberated areas. The military prosecutor noted that work on determining the location of missing persons in the currently liberated areas is delayed for objective reasons.

Boris Tadic, the staunch president of the Republic of Serbia, sent a video to the event and noted that the problem with missing persons is now present on all continents: "Cooperation in this area is important. Cooperation is essential to solving this problem."

Next, the conference continues with panel discussions and talks on the progress and solutions of the field, the international framework for missing persons and the strengthening of interaction between armed conflict parties, the application of modern technologies to identify the remains of missing persons, the exchange of international expertise, and cooperation between governments and the families of missing persons and he did it.



Baku hosts an international event entitled "Improving National and Global Efforts to Determine the Fate of the Lost Persons."

The EPA reports that Ali Naguyev, chairman of the State Commission on Civil and Lost, Mortgage-taken Citizens, Croatia's staunch president Stepan Mesic, Ambassador Rabea Saad Al-Adsani, Ambassador to the Kuwaiti government for captives and missing states, David Merkel, former deputy assistant secretary of the U.S. State Department for European and Eurasian Affairs, Fariz Rzayev, deputy minister of foreign affairs of the Republic of Azerbaijan, Florence Anselmo, head of the BGXK's central search agency, and other officials are attending.

The film's subjects included horse - drawn wagons and early - model automobiles.

At the same time, President Ilham Əliyev's address to the conference participants was read by Ali Naguyev, chairman of the State Commission.