U.S. says continue to support Armenia-Azerbaijan engagement

U.S. says continue to support Armenia-Azerbaijan engagement

PanARMENIAN.Net - The United States continues work to try to resolve the dispute between Armenia and Azerbaijan, spokesperson for the Department of State Matthew Miller said Monday, June 24.

Miller made the remarks when asked about a recent call between Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev.

“So I’m not going to get into the private diplomatic conversations, but as we said in the readout that we put out, we continue to support engagement between Azerbaijan and Armenia and continue to work to try to resolve that dispute,” Miller said.

According to a readout from the Department, Blinken recognized ongoing progress by Armenia and Azerbaijan toward a peace agreement and underscored the significance of concluding an agreement without delay. He reiterated the United States remains willing to support further engagement in any way useful to the parties.

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