Turkish, Russian servicemen taking all measures to monitor ceasefire compliance (PHOTO)
BAKU, Azerbaijan, Feb. 6
The Turkish-Russian Joint Monitoring Center, established for the control over the ceasefire in Nagorno-Karabakh, continues to operate, Trend reports citing the Twitter page of Turkey’s Ministry of National Defense.
As reported, the Turkish and Russian military personnel who jointly perform this task at the center are taking all necessary measures to prevent violations of the ceasefire.
Following Azerbaijan's liberation of its lands from Armenian occupation, an agreement was reached to establish a monitoring center in the liberated lands. The monitoring is being carried out by representatives of Turkey and Russia.
The center has a briefing room, a cafeteria with 100 seats, a first-aid post, an atelier, and a shop. There is also a parking lot, two sports grounds, food and refrigeration warehouses.
The center’s territory is fenced around the perimeter, it includes four watchtowers, round-the-clock security.
The protection of the Turkish-Russian joint monitoring center is carried out by the Azerbaijani army.