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Why Has Obama Sent Secretary of Treasury?
Yesterday the members of the American presidential delegation to visit Yerevan on April 24 were announced. The presidential delegation is headed by the U.S. Secretary of the Treasury Jacob Lew. The other members are mostly Congress representatives.
Why the minister of finance? After all, Obama could have chosen a more political official.
Interestingly, the government approved the sales agreement on Vorotan Hydro Cascade to Contour Global. At any rate, choosing Lew is a little strange. What did Obama mean to convey? Is this a response to the requests of the Armenian government which eventually end up in begging for money? What have the Armenians asked Obama for? Since his choice stopped on the Treasurer, the Armenians must have asked for money.
During Against Genocide Crime forum Serzh Sargsyan mentioned 4 pillars of the centenary of the Genocide. It turns out that all this noise is about four goals: memory, recognition, prevention and rebirth.
During the talks and the other events everyone diligently avoid the claims word. It turns out that nobody demands anything from Turkey, everyone is happy, and everything the Armenians want is to save the world from future genocides.
It is possible that this stance has determined Obamas choice. To put it in more simple terms, the United States hinted at the waiver of claims to Turkey by Armenia and generally the nature of Armenian claims.
Lragir

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