Miller’s objective is to foster cooperation between Yerevan and Baku in reaching a lasting peace agreement.

Armenia, Azerbaijan, and the United States and Europe to Strengthen Cooperation in Caucasus Peace Efforts

The Secretary of the Security Council Armen Grigoryan shared general information about the agenda of the upcoming meeting in Brussels, which will focus on trilateral cooperation and ways to strengthen Armenia’s resilience. The meeting will be an opportunity for high-ranking officials to discuss various aspects of political, economic, and security cooperation between the countries involved.

The State Department spokesperson, Matthew Miller, emphasized the importance of encouraging Armenia and Azerbaijan to work on resolving their differences and achieving a lasting peace agreement during every engagement with their governments. He responded to a question from Freedom regarding the upcoming meeting between Pashinyan, Blinken, and Von der Leyen in Brussels on April 5, but did not provide specific details about the agenda of the meeting.

Overall, the goal of the meeting is to enhance cooperation and collaboration between Armenia, the United States, and Europe in addressing regional challenges and promoting stability in the Caucasus region. This engagement reflects the ongoing efforts to support peace and stability in the region and strengthen relationships between countries involved.

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