Victor Popa, member of the Constitutional Court of Moldova, held a meeting with journalists on Friday to officially state that the Moldovan Parliament leaders are sorry about what happened on Thursday.
“That was an extremely bad incident. The people present there had no authority to make such a statement. I talked to our parliament leaders yesterday and I am authorized to state we are worry about the incident. Our delegation leaders promise to settle the issue,” he said.
Mr Popa also talked to Ms Grigoriu, who explained that she has been given the topic.
“She must have been given the topic because our country has the same problem. However, her topic was not on the conference agenda,” Popa said.
If any speaker at the conference voices his or her personal opinion, the speaker must clearly tell it to the conference. Otherwise, the speaker turns out to be speaking in behalf of the organization he represents.
“I do not know who authorized the Ombudsman. That must have been her personal opinion,” Popa said.
At the pan-European Conference on The European Legal Standards of Rule of Law and the Scope of Discretion of Powers in the Member-States of the Council of Europe in Armenia’s Parliament, Aurelia Grigoriu delivered a report on Human Rights Protection in Frozen Conflicts Zones. She particularly stated that Armenia had occupied 20% of Azerbaijan’s territory and committed Azerbaijani genocide. She also called Armenia “an aggressor.”