Turkish and Russian FMs to discuss the work of the Joint Center to Control the Ceasefire in Karabakh in Sochi
- 24 December 2020
Turkish Foreign Minister Movlud Cavusoglu will make a business trip to Russia, said the official representative of Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia at today’s briefing, APA’s Moscow correspondent reports.
She noted that Cavusoglu's visit will take place on December 29 at the invitation of Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and the meeting of ministers will be held in Sochi: "On December 29, the Turkish Foreign Minister, at the invitation of the head of the Russian diplomatic service, Sergei Lavrov, will pay a working visit to our country, the city of Sochi. He will visit him to participate in the eighth meeting of the Joint Strategic Planning Group, acting within the framework of the Russian-Turkish Cooperation Council of the highest level."
The diplomat stressed that it is planned to study in detail the issues related to the implementation of the trilateral statement of the leaders of Russia, Azerbaijan and Armenia of November 9 on Nagorno-Karabakh: "The emphasis will be placed on minimizing the risks of possible clashes, providing humanitarian assistance to the countries. The focus will be on establishing the activities of the joint Russian-Turkish monitoring center to control the ceasefire and all hostilities in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict zone."