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The settlement of the Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict is imperative for the peaceful future of Armenia and the South Caucasus. This was announced Wednesday by Kristina Kvien, President Joe Biden's US Ambassador-designate to Armenia, at the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, VOA reported.

During her confirmation hearing as ambassador, the diplomat said the US continues to work to help both sides reach a lasting peaceful solution.

If confirmed, Kvien pledged to work closely with the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and all members of Congress to advance the US interests in Armenia, as well as to strengthen Armenia's democracy, security, and economy, or in one word, sovereignty, she added.

The US ambassador-designate to Armenia stated that if her candidacy is confirmed, she will do everything within her power to remember the victims of the Armenian Genocide and assist in the peaceful future of Armenia.

To that end, she will do everything to encourage the ongoing discussions—which have taken several steps forward—on the normalization of relations between Armenia and Turkey, Kvien said.

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