Putin and Erdogan Discuss Operations of Joint Monitoring Centre
‘Azerbaijan in Focus’, reporting Turan, quoting the Kremlin Press Service, has revealed that a telephone conversation took place between the Presidents of Russia and Turkey on November 24. Russian President Putin and Turkish President Erdogan discussed “all aspects in detail” of implementing the Russian/Turkish Joint Monitoring Centre. This will uphold the ceasefire agreement signed between the Presidents of Russia and Azerbaijan and the Prime Minister of Armenia on November 9.
President Putin focused on the activities of Russian peacekeepers, which will “effectively ensure the maintenance of the ceasefire and the safety of the civilian population.” The priority of solving urgent humanitarian problems relates to the return of internally displaced persons (IDPs) and the restoration of infrastructure and preservation of religious and cultural sites. Both sides noted the need for consistent and full implementation of all decisions aimed at ensuring stability and establishing a peaceful life in the liberated regions.