Turkey and Russia will jointly monitor the ceasefire in the Naka region
November 11 Turkish President Erdogan stated at the AKP Grand National Assembly group meeting that Turkey and Russia had signed a memorandum of understanding that morning that Turkey and Russia would be established on the “liberated territories of Azerbaijan.”
The joint center supervises the progress of the Naka ceasefire to prevent the recurrence of conflicts. Erdogan said that Turkey will participate in Russia’s peacekeeping operations in the Naka region.
In addition, he also stated that a corridor will be opened between Azerbaijan and Azerbaijan’s enclave Nakhichevan Autonomous Republic.
Erdogan said that the Russian side will send a delegation to visit Turkey to discuss peacekeeping matters in the Nakka region.
On the 10th, a delegation composed of Turkish Foreign Minister Cavusoglu, Defense Minister Akar and other senior officials visited Azerbaijan and met with Azerbaijani President Aliyev.
Aliyev expressed the hope that Turkey and Russia will play the same role in mediating the Naka conflict.