Jan 18 2010

Numerous issues on agenda...Vladimir Kazimirov: Russian-Turkish
relations contribute to Nagorno-Karabakh peace process No breakthrough
should be expected...Sargsyan-Aliyev meeting to be held this week

"I arrived in the region to begin preparations for Sargsyan-Aliyev
meeting this week. As for my personal preparation for the Presidents'
meeting, I considered it important to arrive in Nagorno-Karabakh to
learn the positions of both Karabakhi people and NKR leadership. I
am very pleased to be here," OSCE Minsk Group U.S.

Co-Chair Robert Bradtke stated at the meeting with NKR President
Bako Sahakyan.

"U.S. is firmly guided by the achievement of progress in Karabakh peace
process. I want to assure this year U.S. will exert every effort to
ensure peace, well-being and prosperous life for NKR people in future,"
Bradtke outlined.

As reported previously, January 18, RA President Serzh
Sargsyan will pay a working visit to Moscow at the invitation of
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev. Earlier RA Presidential Spokesman
Samvel Farmanyan did not rule out the possibility of Armenian, Russian
and Azerbaijani Presidents' trilateral meeting be discussed in Moscow.