Travel Diary: Secretary Clinton Meets With President Aliyev of Azerbaijan

Posted by DipNote Bloggers
July 4, 2010
Secretary Clinton Meets with Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev
Secretary Clinton Speaks with Azerbaijani Deputy Foreign Minister Vagif Sadiqov Near the Caspian Sea
Secretary Clinton and Azerbaijani Foreign Minister Elmar Mammadyarov Speak to the Press
Secretary Clinton Speaks with Azerbaijani Foreign Minister Elmar Mammadyarov While Walking to Her Plane

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On July 4, Secretary Clinton met with President Aliyev of Azerbaijan at the Presidential Palace in Baku, Azerbaijan. Secretary Clinton said:

"I am both honored and delighted to be here for my first visit to Baku, and to your country. And it is especially appropriate that I am here on our Independence Day, because I know that your country has worked very hard during the last few years to establish a strong foundation for economic and social progress.

"I am very committed to our relationship. You and I have had several long and very substantive conversations over the last 18 months. And the issues that you mentioned are of importance to us. And I think it is significant that we have this opportunity for a very comprehensive discussion.

"And so, again, I thank you for welcoming me here. It's such a beautiful day right here, on the Caspian Sea, in the spirit of friendship and partnership between our two countries."

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Blackwolf
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Australia
July 5, 2010

Blackwolf in Australia writes:

Mrs Clinton has done a fantastic job in her talks with President Aliyev.

Lets hope fair trade is resulted.

palgye
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South Korea
July 5, 2010

Palgye in South Korea writes:

Dear to,
(Everybody knows the story)

Obviously I'm sure there will be a good result.

Perhaps a good result I think probably in the development of Ukrainian aircraft industry, he thought he had the hint. However, the presence of existing aircraft production industry (derived from Russian) engine and provides an electronic device receives from the west and lowest best meet the needs of the intermediate products,
To provide the industry to create new supply markets by offering to lead them, you're as good as the same side trying to think. They came from Russia's industry is still durable, but still very crude because it I think. Tuvok by combining comfort and reliability as the new demand and supply is also an attempt to explore the market I think.

But if there is anxiety about security, the formation of a new community by making a new concept of security and the economy by forming a block - gongdongunmyeongche - how to sign up at the same time I think. What they want in the middle ...................

and,
June, the United States was going to have me come in the mail here. I want to go somewhere you're a member, personally, it's not chinhageona was a deep conversation, and perhaps something would be done, I think he had the heart. I want to say confused, thought the violin worth a listen.

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