There has been a long-standing support from the US to the region and supported for the Minsk Group process to try to find a resolution to the Karabakh conflict, Bridget Brink, US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs, told reporters in Yerevan.
She said the support has been consistent and voiced hope it would continue after Donald Trump’s election as US President.
Bridget Brink said the US supports the agreements on two confidence-building measures on expansion of Andrzej Kasprzyk’s monitoring mission and implementation of an investigation mechanism reached in Vienna.
Bridget Brink said the status quo has been unstable for a long time, and the April events came to prove that. “We would like to see those confidence-building measures implemented. The resolution of the Karabakh conflict would be very positive for the region,” the Deputy Assistant Secretary of State said.