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Studio interview: Washington's relationship with Armenia and Azerbaijan?

07-05-2010 13:36 BJT

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For more insight on Secretary of State Clinton's trip to the Caucasus region, joining us in the studio is our current affairs commentator Mr. Hua Shiping.

Q1: Clinton says it is a priority for the US, to help Armenia and Azerbaijan, find a peaceful resolution to a long-running territorial dispute. But do you think this is the only reason for her visit?

Q2: How is Washington's relationship with Armenia and Azerbaijan, respectively?

Q3:The Nagorno-Karabakh dispute has the risk of turning violent, which has caused diplomatic problems beyond their borders. Can you briefly tell us about the background of the dispute?

 

Editor:Zhang Pengfei |Source: CNTV.CN

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