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Remarks With Armenian President Serzh Sargsian Before Their Meeting

Secretary Condoleezza Rice
Trump International Hotel and Tower
New York City
September 24, 2008

PRESIDENT SARGSIAN: (Via interpreter.) I would like to once again thank the Government of the United States of America for all the assistance it has employed that the Republic of Armenia (inaudible) accepts, both financial assistance and non-financial help. They are both important.

Secretary Rice meets with His Excellency Serzh Sargsian, President of the Republic of Armenia at the Trump International Hotel and Tower. State Dept. photo/Michael Gross. SECRETARY RICE: Well, thank you. Well, we want to be a good partner for Armenia and its (inaudible) mission as it makes healing reforms (inaudible). We believe that you have made some good steps to address this, and so I’m here to build on that and to move forward.

QUESTION: Madame Secretary, how do you assess U.S.-Armenia relationship?

SECRETARY RICE: I just said how I assess them. (Laughter.)

QUESTION: Okay, thank you.

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Released on September 24, 2008

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