Armenia, Azerbaijan and the United States Meet in Brussels to Tackle Longstanding Disputes: How State Department’s Goal is to Encourage Peace

Miller’s goal is to promote Yerevan and Baku to collaborate on a long-lasting peace deal

The State Department’s goal in every engagement with the governments of Armenia and Azerbaijan is to encourage them to work towards resolving their differences and achieving a lasting peace agreement. This was stated by State Department spokesman Matthew Miller in response to a question from Freedom.

The upcoming meeting between the Prime Minister of Armenia, the Secretary of State of the United States, and the President of the European Commission in Brussels on April 5 will have an agenda that focuses on trilateral cooperation between Armenia, the United States, and Europe. While specific details about the meeting were not provided, it is clear that its aim is to address areas of cooperation and strengthen Armenia’s resilience.

Armen Grigoryan, Secretary of the Security Council provided general information about the agenda stating that discussions will focus on ways to enhance collaboration between the three parties. Additionally, the meeting aims to bolster Armenia’s resilience, although specific details about how this will be achieved were not provided. The overall aim of the meeting is to promote peace and cooperation in the region, demonstrating a commitment to finding solutions to longstanding disputes and conflicts.

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