NCAFP President: Azerbaijan-Armenia peace must be maintained 2023

According to Trend, Susan Elliott, President and CEO of the National Committee on American Foreign Policy (NCAFP), stated that Azerbaijan has completed a large number of infrastructure projects in Karabakh in the post-war era following the second Karabakh war in 2020.

Elliott made the comment during an international event that was held in the city of Shusha in Azerbaijan and was titled “Reconstruction, peace and integration: energy, economy, environment, and capital.”

Maintaining calm between Azerbaijan and Armenia is crucial.

“Here, life and the economy are swiftly making a comeback, and people are moving back to the areas they once called home.

Azerbaijan and Armenia are currently engaged in a peace process, which is another key topic. The people of Azerbaijan and Armenia need to find a way to live in peace with one another. She emphasized that there will be no break in our support for this procedure.

The Nizami Ganjavi International Center has been responsible for the organization of this event. There are going to be as many as thirty previous heads of state and governments present at the occasion.

The event will take place over the course of two days, with the first day taking place in Shusha and the second day taking place in Ganja.

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