Armenian, Azeri Presidents ‘Willing to Intensify Dialogue’

The OSCE Minsk Group’s US Co-Chair James Warlick

The OSCE Minsk Group’s US Co-Chair James Warlick

WASHINGTON (ArmRadio)—“The Presidents of Armenia and Azerbaijan are willing to meet more frequently,” US Co-Chair of the OSCE Minsk Group James Warlick said in an interview with the Voice of America.

“We have no date yet, but both Presidents have declared they would like to intensify the dialogue. We are looking for an opportunity now to organize such a discussion,” he said.

“The role of the Co-Chairs is to frame that discussion,” he said, adding that the mediators hope to visit the region soon to prepare the meeting of the Presidents.

Positively assessing the results of the recent meeting with Armenian President Serzh Sarkisian, Warlick said “I believe both President Sarkisian and President Aliyev are willing to solve the issue through negotiations.”

“The conflict has claimed too many human lives. We want to put an end to this,” the Co-Chair said.

Warlick did not rule out that the Co-Chairs could hold meetings in Nagorno Karabakh during the forthcoming visit.


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  1. Edward Demiraiakian said:

    Warlik represents his governments point of view and interests. The US State Department has not gotten the memo. They still think of Islamic Turkey as an ally. As an ally, deeply burrowed into the US legislature with Cash and Caviar junkets, Turkey, Azerbaijan and others are purchasing their version of US legislation. Dictatorships, human rights abuses, apartheid, genocy, all can be bought from the US Government, as Dispensation used to be bought from the Catholic church. We can either join the feeding frenzy to our benefit, (Show up at the trough with an “iron ladle”), or join an army of quakers, and other idealists, demonstrating, hoping for man’s better nature, howling at the moon for justice.

  2. Edward Demiraiakian said:

    435 x20,000=8,700,000
    So, 12,700,000 is the price of the recognition of the Armenian genocyde. I love America. We could do that in one telethon. Perhaps we could run the theme: Feed the hungry campaign.
    Perhaps it might be a bit more, for the recognition and implimentation of the “Wilsonian Grant”.

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