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Erklärungen in internationalen Organisationen

19.01.2006

OSCE Permanent Council No. 588


EU statement on Kyrgyzstan

 

1. The European Union thanks the Delegation of Kyrgyzstan for its statement. With regard to the indefinite extension of the moratorium on executions, the European Union would like to draw attention to a Declaration by the Presidency on behalf of the European Union of 9 January 2006 on progress in Kyrgyzstan towards the complete abolition of the death penalty. The declaration reads as follows:

2. “The European Union welcomes President Bakiyev’s decree of December 30, 2005, which extends the moratorium on executions in that country until the total abolition of the death penalty, and the President’s instruction to the government to prepare draft legislation to this end. The EU stands ready to support Kyrgyzstan in its efforts to implement the abolition of the death penalty and continues to offer its assistance to reform relevant legislation.

3. The European Union considers that the abolition of the death penalty contributes to the enhancement of human dignity and the progressive development of human rights. It reaffirms its objective of working towards universal abolition of the death penalty, and considers that the unlimited renewal of moratoria on executions until the planned complete abolition of the death penalty is a decisive step towards that aim.”

The Acceding Countries Bulgaria and Romania, the Candidate Countries Turkey, Croatia [1] and the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, the Countries of the Stabilisation and Association Process and potential candidates Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Montenegro, as well as Ukraine and the Republic of Moldova align themselves with this declaration.

 

[1] Croatia continues to be part of the Stabilisation and Association Process

 

Date: 26.01.2006