WASHINGTON, DC — On February 16, Assistant Secretary Victoria Nuland will travel to Baku, Azerbaijan, to meet with senior government officials to work to strengthen bilateral relations on trade and investment, energy diversification, security and counter-terrorism, and democracy and civil society, as well as toward advancing a just and lasting settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. She will also meet with representatives from civil society groups, Press Service of the US Department of State reports.

Assistant Secretary Nuland will travel to Tbilisi, Georgia, on February 17 for meetings with senior Georgian government officials, opposition political figures, and civil society representatives to discuss a broad range of bilateral and regional issues, including Georgia’s path toward European integration and Georgia’s efforts to defend its territorial integrity and sovereignty.

On February 18, Assistant Secretary Nuland will travel to Yerevan, Armenia, where she will meet with senior government officials, civil society groups, and youth representatives to discuss strengthening political, economic, and people-to-people ties with Armenia and advancing a just and lasting settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.

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