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16 June, Wednesday

IEPF signed a memorandum of cooperation with the Brussels Academy of Justice

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Today a memorandum of understanding has been signed between the International Eurasia Press Fund (IEPF), a member of the UN ECOSOC with main Consultative Status, and the Brussels Academy of Justice. This has been announced by the IEPF President Umud Mirzayev.

"As an NGO, the Brussels Academy of Justice, in addition to education, works mainly to document and submit information to the competent authorities for the detection and restriction of international criminal acts, monitoring and research in the field of human rights violations. The first online webinar between the IEPF and the Academy discussed the precedents in international law for investigating the legal aspects of the violence in Karabakh, the crime of vandalism, and the concealment of maps of mined areas by Armenia. We intend to organise a visit of representatives of the Brussels Academy of Justice to Karabakh to establish future cooperation,” Umud Mirzayev said.

"Today we have formalised the coordination of our joint activities with a memorandum. The memorandum covers human rights protection, collection and dissemination of objective information on developments in Eastern Europe, the Caucasus and Central Asia, protection of journalists' rights, legal expertise, joint documentation of human rights and international humanitarian violations, as well as joint activities in education and joint implementation of it in social and cultural spheres,” the IEPF President said. 

According to him, this cooperation creates additional opportunities for us to document and report on the atrocities and acts of vandalism committed in the liberated territories to human rights organisations, international organisations, the Court of Human Rights, as well as other international courts. 

"We have been working since 1992 to bring the realities of Karabakh to the world. Thankfully, the 44-day war paved the way for the restoration of truth and justice. We will now work hard to bring the atrocities committed in the liberated territories to the world. We have agreed with the Brussels Academy of Justice to raise these issues in the European Court of Human Rights and in other legal fields,” Umud Mirzayev added.

The founder of the Brussels Academy of Justice is Professor Danny Teps, the main directors are Professor Catherine Kedaiten and political expert David Sutter. The organisation is headquartered in Brussels.


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