BAKU (Reuters) – Russia and Turkey opened a joint centre on Saturday to look at a ceasefire in Nagorno-Karabakh that was agreed following a flare-up within the battle within the area final 12 months, Azerbaijan’s defence ministry mentioned on Saturday.
The centre, which each nations agreed to arrange in November, was formally opened within the Agdam area of Azerbaijan. Will probably be staffed by as much as 60 servicemen every from Turkey and from Russia, the defence ministry mentioned in a press release.
After six weeks of preventing, Azerbaijan and Armenia signed a Russia-brokered ceasefire for the enclave, which is internationally recognised as a part of Azerbaijan however primarily populated by ethnic Armenians.
Turkey mentioned on Friday that one Turkish normal and 38 personnel will work on the centre..
The Russian Defence Ministry, quoted by Interfax, mentioned that “monitoring can be carried out by means of using unmanned aerial autos in addition to the analysis of knowledge obtained from different sources”.
Turkey backs Azerbaijan over Nagorno-Karabakh, and has criticised the co-chairs of the OSCE’s so-called Minsk Group for not resolving the long-running battle in many years of mediation. The Minsk Group is led by the USA, France and Russia.
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