The newly appointed OSCE Minsk Group co-chair, the US Ambassador Matthew Bryza will be officially introduced in Vienna on 22 June, Jonathan Henick, the spokesman for the US embassy in Baku, told Trend.
According to Henick, for the time there is no information about Bryzas visit to the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict region as a newly appointed OSCE Minsk Group co-chair.
Bryza paid a visit to Azerbaijan as the assistant Secretary of State of the United States on 5-6 June. In his exclusive interview for Trend Bryza said that The United States remains committed to helping secure a peaceful resolution to the Nagorno Karabakh conflict, told Trend in exclusive interview.
The Presidents met in Bucharest last weekend for intensive, detailed negotiations. Obviously, no breakthrough was reached, but we continue to believe that 2006 represents a window of opportunity if the Presidents can make difficult, courageous decisions to move forward with a settlement, he underlined.
Bryza underlined that the United States are interested in the expansion of cooperation with Azerbaijan in all spheres. At present we have excellent cooperation in the military sector, in the sphere of security, energy issues, democratic and economic reforms. Aliyevs visit to Washington was successful for encouraging the cooperation and we hope to deepen our cooperation in coming weeks and months, he said.