Agreement signs to establish joint Turkish-Russian monitoring center (UPDATE)
Details added, first version on 11:44
BAKU, Azerbaijan, Dec. 1
An agreement has been signed on the establishment of a joint Turkish-Russian monitoring center, Trend reports citing the Turkish Ministry of National Defense.
The center is being set up on liberated lands of Azerbaijan, as part of the trilateral agreement signed between Azerbaijan, Armenia and Russia.
The message reminds that on November 11, the Ministers of Defense of Turkey and Russia - Hulusi Akar and Sergei Shoigu - signed the draft agreement in an online format.
Following the discussion of technical details regarding the activities of the Turkish-Russian joint monitoring center, a final agreement was signed.
Currently, work is underway to commission this center.