Robert F. Cekuta: bilateral relations with  Azerbaijan became stronger

On the background of sharp critical statements by Azerbaijani officials at the United States and Secretary of State John Kerry, American Ambassador  Robert F. Cekuta today said that the bilateral relations "have now become even more powerful." "The US position on the Karabakh conflict remains unchanged," he said  commenting on the  request of  the correspondent of Turan on the criticisms of the official Baku. The United States together with other co-chairs and Azerbaijan and Armenia for a long time, make efforts to resolve the conflict." As an indication of this effort, tomorrow  the US co-chair Warlick, along with the other mediators arrive in Azerbaijan. The goal is to give impetus to the settlement process. The Azerbaijani President recently made statements about the determination in resolving the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. I informed about these statements the official Washington," Cekuta said. Asking Turan question on the current state of diplomatic relations between Azerbaijan and the United States, Cekuta said that bilateral relations are "at a very good level." "Both sides are working on the development of relations. I can say that now our bilateral relations have become even stronger. We want to have more close relationships and we believe that this is possible," Cekuta said. On October 18  in an interview with the Russian TV Ilham Aliyev called  "shameless" the statement of the  Secretary Kerry that the Armenian and Azerbaijani leaders are not ready to settlement. -03B-

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