PanARMENIAN.Net/ American MG Co-Chair Mathew Bryza, deputy to Assistant Secretary of State, is recommended as U.S. ambassador to Azerbaijan, American Foreign Policy journal reports.
Recommendation for Bryza’s new appointment was given by former US Assistant Secretary of State Daniel Fried.
Fried and Bryza declined to comment, according to Foreign Policy.
This future was not easily assured. At the end of World War I, Turkey could have succumbed to the foreign powers that were trying to claim its territory, or sought to restore an ancient empire. But Turkey chose a different future. You freed yourself from foreign control. And you founded a Republic that commands the respect of the United States and the wider world.
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Turkey has its own responsibilities. You have made important progress toward membership. But I also know that Turkey has pursued difficult political reforms not simply because it’s good for Europe, but because it is right for Turkey.
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The report of the US Department of State on the post-election situation in Armenia has roused indignation of the Deputy Armen Ashotyan, representing the party in power. At the press-conference on June 5 he noted that only the data of the oppositionists had been used while preparing the report.
The Subcommittee of Foreign Allocations of the US House of Representatives approved the bill on allocating 52 million dollars’ assistance to Armenia, 8 million dollars’ assistance to Nagorno Karabakh, and to Armenia and Azerbaijan – 3 million dollars’ military assistance each.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says he is willing to consider a U.S. diplomatic office in Tehran.
He made the comment Sunday in response to a question after a cabinet meeting. He said he welcomes the idea of expansion of ties between the peoples of Iran and the United States.
/PanARMENIAN.Net/ Armenians For Obama joined political leaders and fundraisers earlier this week at U.S. Senator Barack Obama’s first major event in Los Angeles since he became the presumptive presidential nominee for the Democratic Party. The fundraiser, held on June 24th at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, drew together political leaders and Hollywood stars and provided an opportunity for Senator Obama to learn more about the 500,000 Armenian Americans who live and work in and around the City of Angels.
In his remarks to those in attendance, the presidential candidate emphasized the urgent need to change the environment in Washington.