ArmInfo.The Armenian National Committee of America (ANCA) accused U.S. President Joe Biden of complicity in the genocide of the people of Artsakh. Thus, having shared ArmInfo's news release on its X-page that Joe Biden wrote a letter to RA Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and promised support in overcoming the humanitarian consequences in Artsakh, the ANCA accused Biden of aiding genocide.
"President Biden - who armed genocidal Azerbaijan, abandoned at-risk Armenians, and is today complicit in the ethnic-cleansing of Artsakh - sends an absolutely heartless condolence card to Armenians still burying their dead," the ANCA noted.
The American delegation headed by USAID Administrator Samantha Power held negotiations with the Prime Minister of Armenia yesterday. Power also conveyed to Pashinyan a letter from U.S. President Joe Biden expressing US support for "Armenia's pursuit of a dignified and durable regional peace that maintains sovereignty, independence, territorial integrity, and democracy."
"Armenia has demonstrated its commitment to that purpose by engaging in peace talks with Azerbaijan as well as implementing critical economic reforms, improving government accountability and strengthening democratic institutions. I assure you that the United States will continue to stand besides Armenia as you work to strengthen the democracy at home and seek stability in your neighborhood.," the letter reads. It was noted that the United States is committed to working with the Government of Armenia to address the humanitarian needs that have arisen as a result of the recent violence.
We also add that Power held a press conference in Yerevan, where she answered a number of questions from journalists. Having assured that the United States is now reviewing the terms of cooperation with Azerbaijan, the American official still avoided answering the question of what measures will be taken if the Azerbaijani-Turkish tandem launches an attack on Armenia in order to gain an extraterritorial corridor through the Syunik region of the Republic of Armenia.
She also did not answer the American journalist's question about how it happened that, despite the assurances of the U.S. State Department on September 14 in Congress, Washington did not take any effective measures to prevent Azerbaijani aggression against Artsakh and the displacement of the Armenian civilian population from there.