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Baku, 17 November 2020 – Newtimes.az

Military delegations of Turkey and the Russian Federation held talks on the technical aspects of the agreements on Nagorno-Karabakh. Discussions in this direction are ongoing. As reported by Anadolu Agency, Minister of National Defence of Turkey Hulusi Akar said this at a meeting in the mode of video-conference with the participation of the Chief of the General Staff of the Turkish Armed Forces, Yashar Guler and the commanders of the military branches.

Akar recalled that shortly after the signing of the trilateral statement on Nagorno-Karabakh, Turkey and Russia approved a protocol on the establishment of an observatory centre to monitor the ceasefire regime.

'All these documents form a framework and a foundation on the basis of which further steps need to be formed. A military delegation has recently arrived from Russia to Ankara. Efforts on this issue continue,' said the minister.

Akar condemned the actions of Armenia and Armenians destroying houses and forests in the occupied lands of Azerbaijan.

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