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Foreign Minister of Turkey reproved the USA2010-04-14 19:35
Ahmet Davutoglu, the Foreign Minister of Turkey, expressed discontent with the fact Azerbaijan hadn't been invited to the Nuclear Security Summit on Washington. In the course of his meeting with U.S. Secretary of State, he said Azerbaijan must also have received an invitation - News.am citing to Anadolu.gt-en-newsitem-inside
He also mentioned the issue of Armenian Genocide must not jeopardize the Turklish-American relations.
At the official dinner by Steven Chu, the United States Secretary of Energy, Davutoglu and his Armenian counterpart Edward Nalbandyan were given neighbouring sits. When somebody joked and said that perhaps, they would solve their problems right there, the Turkish Minister loudly and demonstratively claimed they would solve the problems unless the third party would interfere.
Philip Crowley, Spokesman for the US Department of State, said the Clinton-Davutoglu meeting was very positive and lasted about 45 minutes.
Commenting the meeting, Crowley said the sides involved in the process of normalization of relations between Armenia and Turkey, are on the critical stage of Armenian-Turkish protocols implementation. He added in the course of the meeting of Clinton and Davutoglu the process of Armenian-Turkish relations normalization was discussed, as well as relations of Bosnia and Herzegovina with NATO.
Crowley said one more meeting of the Turkish Foreign Minister and the U.S. Secretary of State is planned for today.