YEREVAN. – Armenia has a quite broad agenda of cooperation with the U.S. which is one of our key partners, Armenian Foreign Minister Zorhab Mnatsakanyan said in an interview with the public television.
The minister recalled that the U.S. welcomed the events in Armenia aimed at the development of democracy and human rights.
“This is confirmation of values,” Mnatsakanyan said commenting on the warm messages of the U.S. leadership to the Armenian partners on Independence Day.
Asked whether the message should be regarded as a beginning of a new and more dynamic stage inr elations, the minister emphasized that the relations are developing gradually.
He stressed U.S. role in the Karabakh peace process, and reiterated Armenia’s position: we are committed to the exclusively peaceful settlement.
“The efforts of U.S., along with those of Russia and France, are essential. We are ready to work in the constructive manner,” he added.
As to the possible Pashinyan-Trump meeting on the margins of the UN General Assembly, the minister said that the grounds for such a meeting are being prepared so that it could be effective and meaningful.