US Division of State Senior Advisor for Caucasus Negotiations
Philip Reeker has retired from his place, Azernews reviews.
The remarks had been made by Spokesman for US State Division Ned
Worth at a briefing.
“Ambassador Reeker’s work because the senior advisor for Caucasus
negotiations accelerated engagement and helped construct a structured
course of to carry peace to a troubled area. His contribution
reaffirms the significance the USA locations in serving to
Armenia and Azerbaijan negotiate a bilateral sustainable peace,” he
In a tweet, the spokesperson expressed gratitude to the
ambassador for his 30-year-long service.
“We prolong our gratitude to Ambassador Philip Reeker for his
30-year service to the American folks and for his tireless
diplomatic efforts with the @StateDept, together with most just lately as
Senior Advisor for Caucasus Negotiations. We’ll all miss him,” he
He additional added that Reeker’s departure by no means undermines
the US dedication to selling a safe, secure, democratic,
affluent, and peaceable future for the South Caucasus area.
On this regard, he recalled the conferences of US Secretary of
State Antony Blinken with colleagues from Azerbaijan and
Worth added that the US will proceed to do what has the perfect
prospects of transferring ahead with that imaginative and prescient.
“The US continues to have interaction bilaterally with like-minded
companions, just like the European Union, and thru worldwide
organizations, just like the OSCE, to facilitate direct dialogue between
Azerbaijan and Armenia,” the official pressured.
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