U.S. 'Will Continue To Push' For Peace Agreement Between Azerbaijan, Armenia: State Dept
Washington D.C./26.10.23/Turan: The United States said on Thursday that it 'will continue to push' for a peace agreement between Azerbaijan and Armenia amid the cancellation of the latest meeting between the two, TURAN's Washington correspondent reports.
"We continue to think that it is in the interest of the two parties, It is interest of the region, and it is in the interest of the broader world that those two parties reach a peace agreement," State Department's Spokesperson Matthew Miller told TURAN's Washington correspondent during today's briefing.
"... And we'll continue to push it," he added when asked by TURAN whether the Washington-backed peace process was "distant dream" at this point.
Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev and Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan were due to meet with European Council President Charles Michel in late October, however the meeting has been cancelled for the second time in a month.