SYUNIK — US Ambassador to Armenia, Kristina Kvien, visited the Tegh extended community in Syunik province yesterday and familiarized herself with the situation. During her visit, Ambassador Kvien met with local officials, civil society, and residents who shared their pervasive security concerns. She also traveled to Tegh, where she personally observed the tense situation at the border. The ambassador emphasized that everyone deserves the safety and security that a just and lasting peace would bring.

“I have personally seen the tense situation along the border. Everyone deserves the safety and security that a just and lasting peace will bring,” wrote the United States ambassador.

While in Syunik, Ambassador Kvien also visited the St. Hovhannes Church in Meghri, the Tatev Monastery, and the Khndzoresk Cave City. She underscored the importance of protecting and preserving cultural heritage.

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  1. Yet the US still won’t criticize Azerbaijan much, including its use of terrorists and its using F-16s against Armenians in 2020, nor for its current invasions of Armenia.
    I am not fooled by the US and Europe (nor Russia), and I hope others are not fooled either.

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