Azerbaijan, Nakhchivan / Тrend corr E. Mammadov / A group of students at Nakhchivan State University in Azerbaijan voiced their dissatisfaction with Washington's official pro-Armenian policy during a visit of the US Ambassador to azerbaijan, Anne Derse, to the Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic (NAR). The students informed the Ambassador of the groundlessness of Armenians' claims to Nakhchivan.
On 1 November, an exhibition on 'Armenian Monuments in Nakhchivan' took place in Harvard University in the United States. In response, a spokesman for the Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry, Khazar Ibrahim, told journalists that such events negatively affect negotiations on the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. The Nakhchivan National Academy of Sciences released an official statement that there is no Armenian historical or cultural monument among those registered in NAR.
During her visit to NAR, the US Ambassador visited the Momina Khatun Mausoleum and the Carpet Museum, and also attended the opening ceremony of the first clinic of Nakhchivan State University. Derse met with the Prime Minister of NAR, Aliovsat Bahshishev. On the evening of 7 November, the Ambassador will hold a press conference on results of her visit.