(Mediamax) вЂ" The US policy in regard to resolution of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict will remain unchanged, Sean McCormack, an official of the US Department of State, stated to
a briefing held in Washington.
McCormack was commenting on the question whether a letter by 50 Congressmen to President Bush with a challenge to support a right of Nagorno-Karabakh for self-determination could testify for changes in the US policy.
"We, indeed, welcome interests by the Congressmen to different foreign policy issues, including this one. The US policy in regard to Nagorno-Karabakh and efforts taken for the resolution of the conflict remain unchanged. We support the work done by the OSCE Minsk Group and any efforts taken by Armenia and Azerbaijan for solution of disagreements. However, there is not any change in the US policy,вЂќ McCormack reiterated.