Lavrov: We will monitor with Turkey the maintenance of peace in Karabakh from a distance

Russian Foreign Minister: – We agreed with our Turkish partners to establish a monitoring center on Azerbaijani lands not close to the conflict zone. We have joint tasks with Turkey, which is to monitor the situation in the area of ​​the peacekeeping operation from the Azerbaijani territories through technical means


Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Thursday that his country had joint tasks with Turkey to monitor the situation in the peacekeeping area from the Azerbaijani side through technical means. In response to Anatolia’s question about Turkey’s participation and contributing to the signing of an agreement to end the epilepsy in the territory of “Qarah Bagh, Lavrov said that his country’s president Vladimir Putin and his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan Agria

He indicated Erdogan’s support for Russian moves in this regard.

Lavrov said, “We agreed with our Turkish partners to establish a monitoring center on Azerbaijani lands not close to the conflict zone.”

He pointed out that the center will verify, through technical means, the situation in the air and in the field from a distance in the Karabakh region.

He indicated that the influence of Russia and Turkey will be activated when necessary in order to remove potential threats.

He added, “The works will be carried out on the lands designated for the joint center. It is not related to any movement of peacekeepers in the area. This must be well understood.”

He added, “We have joint tasks with Turkey, which is to monitor the situation in the area of ​​the peace-keeping operation from Azerbaijani lands through technical means.”

He emphasized that the implementation of peace-keeping operations in “Karabakh” would be carried out by Russian military units only.

And on Monday, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced that Azerbaijan and Armenia had reached an agreement providing for a ceasefire in “Karabakh”, with the two countries’ forces remaining stationed in their current areas of control.

The Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev declared that the agreement was a victory for his country, and that the victories achieved by the army forced the Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan to accept the agreement willingly.

Aliyev indicated that the agreement provides for Azerbaijan to regain control of 3 provinces occupied by Armenia, within a specific period of time, namely, Kalbjar until November 15, Agdam until the 20 of the same month, and Lachin until December 1.

In turn, Pashinyan commented on the agreement, saying: “I had no choice but to sign, and the decision I took was based on the assessment of people who are aware of the military reality on the ground.”

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