Russia and Turkey are setting up a joint center to monitor the ceasefire in the Nagorno-Karabakh region. The relevant memorandum was signed by Defense Minister of the Russian Federation Sergei Shoigu and his Turkish counterpart Hulusi Akar, TASS reports with reference to the Russian Defense Ministry.
The joint Russian-Turkish center will be located in Azerbaijan. It will collect and verify information on compliance with the ceasefire, record violations through visual surveillance, unmanned aerial vehicles. In addition, this body will consider complaints and issues related to breaches of agreements.
Meanwhile, 20 Il-76 planes with command officers of the Russian peacekeeping forces and military men of detachments of 15th peacekeeping brigade landed in Armenia.
"The Patriotic War is over. Azerbaijan has achieved a brilliant victory in this war, our lands have been liberated from occupation, we have banished the occupiers from our lands," the statement said.