Russia-Turkey joint ceasefire monitoring center to start operating in Karabakh

  27 January 2021    Read: 730
  Russia-Turkey joint ceasefire monitoring center to start operating in Karabakh

The Russia-Turkey Joint Ceasefire Monitoring Center will start operating in Karabakh.

Russian servicemen who will be part of the joint Russian-Turkish Center for Ceasefire Control and All Military Operations in the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict Zone are being trained to jointly perform tasks to monitor the ceasefire regime and are preparing to leave for the territory of the Republic of Azerbaijan, AzVision.az citing the Russian Defense Ministry.

During the training, military personnel study the structure, purpose, tasks and functions, the procedure for organizing the work of the Joint Center, as well as the culture, traditions and features of the country in which the tasks are to be performed.

The personnel of the Joint Center, represented on a parity basis from the Russian and Turkish sides, will perform tasks to monitor the situation and monitor compliance with the ceasefire and all military operations using unmanned aerial vehicles.


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