Agreement on a joint center in Karabakh – Number of two countries’ military personnel to be equal


December 1, Fineko/abc.az. Moscow and Ankara have reached an agreement on a joint center for monitoring the ceasefire in Nagorno-Karabakh.

ABC.AZ reports that this was announced on Tuesday by the official representative of the Russian Defence Ministry, Maj-Gen Igor Konashenkov.

"In accordance with the Memorandum signed on 11 November between the Russian Defence Ministry and the Turkish Defence Ministry, an agreement was reached on the procedure for the deployment and operation of the Joint Russian-Turkish Center for Monitoring the Ceasefire and all military operations. The Center will be located on the territory of Azerbaijan. The number of Russian and Turkish personnel in the organizational structure of the joint center will be equal," Konashenkov emphasized.