Russian peacekeepers working at Turkish-Russian Joint Monitoring Center got vaccinated

  10 February 2021    Read: 640
 Russian peacekeepers working at Turkish-Russian Joint Monitoring Center got vaccinated

Military doctors of the Russian peacekeeping contingent have completed the vaccination of Russian military personnel working at the Turkish-Russian Joint Monitoring Center, AzVision.az reports citing the press service of the Russian Defense Ministry.

"The vaccination of peacekeeping contingents continues as planned. To date, 1,500 servicemen got vaccinated", the Ministry added. 

Note, on January 30, Turkish-Russian Joint Observation Center, established within the scope of observing the ceasefire in Nagorno-Karabakh between Azerbaijan and Armenia, continues its operations in Merzili village of Agdam, which was captured by Azerbaijan from Armenia, on February 05, 2021. 60 Turkish and 60 Russian personnel serve at the observation center. 65 prefabricated facilities are built here on a field covering an area of 40,000 meters square.


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