So we will have a lot to talk about this afternoon, but it is a pleasure to see you once again.
FOREIGN MINISTER MAMMADYAROV: Thank you very much, Madam Secretary. You said whole agenda – (laughter) – now I just want to add that I am totally subscribed to it, and I believe that the relations between Azerbaijan and the United States is developing quite well. I’ll just mention that the nature of it is a strategic one. Of course, we need to even more deepening and strengthening our cooperation. Thank you very much for all the words of trying to bring more peace and stability to the region, particularly the resolution of Armenia-Azerbaijan Nagorno-Karabakh problem. There was a recent statement by the presidents which I believe also helpful from the point of view that this unresolved conflict is on the screen of the international community.
SECRETARY CLINTON: Indeed.
FOREIGN MINISTER MAMMADYAROV: And we all together have to work more harder to make a breakthrough.
SECRETARY CLINTON: Thank you. Thank you, Elmar.
FOREIGN MINISTER MAMMADYAROV: Thank you very much.
SECRETARY CLINTON: Thank you very much. Thank you all.