Matthew Bryza: Issue Of Next Meeting Of Azerbaijani And Armenian Pre

MATTHEW BRYZA: ISSUE OF NEXT MEETING OF AZERBAIJANI AND ARMENIAN PRESIDENTS REMAINS UNCLEAR

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2008-03-21 12:05:00

ArmInfo. The issue of the date and place of the next meeting of the
Presidents of Azerbaijan and Armenia remains unclear, U.S. Co-Chairman
of the OSCE Minsk Group, Matthew Bryza, told the Trend.

The American co-chairman said the President of Armenia, Robert
Kocharyan, who completes his presidential term will not participate
in the NATO Bucharest summit, and the newly elected President of
Armenia, Serj Sarkisyan, will come to the presidential oath no
earlier than 9 April, Bryza said, adding that it remains unclear
when the next meeting of the leaders of the two countries will take
place. The U.S. politician considers that the fair and sustainable
settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict remains as one of the
key issues of the US-Azerbaijan partnership. "The United States
and Azerbaijan are satisfied with the deep friendship and strong
strategic partnership. The high-ranking officials of Azerbaijan clearly
made aware Washington that they intend to, in every possible way,
strengthen and intensify our close relations in a wide diapason of
issues of mutual interest," M. Bryza said.

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