Blinken appointed new Senior Adviser for Caucasus

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The OSCE Minsk Group, created at one time to resolve the conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenia, has become history, and less and less is heard about this structure, which failed to perform its only, but very important task. Now, if someone mentions the Minsk Group, it is only to criticize this useless structure, which has not been doing anything for 30 years.

Axar.az reports that today, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken appointed new Senior Adviser for Caucasus Negotiations.

"Today, I am announcing the appointment of Louis L. Bono as our new Senior Advisor for Caucasus Negotiations. His efforts will further our work on the peaceful resolution of conflicts in the South Caucasus," he wrote on his Twitter page.

Meanwhile, the retirement of the last Senior Adviser for Caucasus Negotiations was announced on January 5, 2023.

As Ned Price, Spokesman for US State Department, said, Reeker’s departure in no way undermines the US’ commitment to promoting a secure, stable, democratic, prosperous, and peaceful future for the South Caucasus region, which once again points to the fact that the Minsk Group does not exist anymore.

"The US continues to engage bilaterally with likeminded partners, like the European Union, and through international organizations, like the OSCE, to facilitate direct dialogue between Azerbaijan and Armenia," he added.

2023.02.01 / 23:52
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