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    Sentence Structure

    Hi people. Do you find the underlined expression correct, and all in all, is there anything wrong with the sentence structure? "As a result of my visit, we have made a joint statement by which Austria, as a friendly state, who is interested in establishing peace in our region, in harmony with its high international reputation and its neutral state status continues to back the efforts of the Minsk Group Co-Chairs at resolving the conflict in compliance with the norms and principles of international law."

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    Re: Sentence Structure

    I would probably change the "by" to "in". The sentence itself is overly wordy.

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