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Baku relies on the US in resolving Karabakh conflict2012-07-04 13:15
President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev has expressed hope that the USA would help the country to resolve the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, the IA Regnum reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"The attention of the United States to our region as a whole, the support of the peace and tranquility is very important for us. As a result of the aggressive policy of Armenia against Azerbaijan our territorial integrity was violated; our land is occupied and more than one million of our compatriots were expelled from their homes. We pin great hopes on the efforts which the United States, as the co-chair of the OSCE Minsk Group, carrying out a peacekeeping mission; and which you personally, Mr. President, are making for a speedy and just settlement of the conflict by peaceful means, based on the norms of international law", said in the address of Ilham Aliyev to the American President Barack Obama.
Recall, Ilham Aliyev congratulated the U.S. President Barack Obama and the people of the USA on the occasion of the national holiday of the country.
"On my own behalf and on behalf of the Azerbaijani people I wanna extend my most sincere congratulations to you and your people on the occasion of the national holiday of the United States of America - the Independence Day. We attach great importance to the relations between Azerbaijan and the United States. From this perspective, the successful and constant development, the expansion of relations in political, economic and humanitarian spheres is a welcome development", said in the president's address, the Vestnik Kavkaza reported.