[01:35 pm] 23 June, 2006

Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for European and
Eurasian Affairs Matthew Bryza who is already the US
co-chair of the OSCE Minsk group represented the main
principles or the pack of offers which is to be
considered during the negotiations over the Karabakh

"We have a frame agreement which calls on Armenia to
take out the armed forced from the Azeri areas",
Matthew Bryza announced in an interview to Radio
Station "Azatutyun". "On the other hand, the agreement
supposes the improvement of the economic and
diplomatic links between Armenia and Azerbaijan. There
are also other provisions like the allocation of
peace-makers, international economic support for the
Karabakh region, and economic development. That is to
say, we have a pack of offers to discuss".

"And finally we also intend to organize voting in
order to decide the status of Nagorno Karabakh. This
is the main outline of the pack of offers", the new US
co-chair said.

Factually, the Presidents of Armenia an Azerbaijan are
given a specific offer which they refuse to accept.
The US politician refused to say which provision is
the disputed one.

Matthew Bryza urged the President of Armenia and
Azerbaijan to accept the agreement. "We urge the
Presidents to accept the offer. That required
political courage," the Minsk group US co-chair