Consultations have been held between Russian and Turkish Foreign Ministries in Moscow, APA reports citing Russian Foreign Ministry.
Turkish Deputy Foreign Minister Sedat Onal and Russian Deputy Foreign Ministers Sergei Vershin, Alexander Grushko, and Andrei Rudenko attend the consultations.
During the consultations, complex international assistance issues in the solution of Syria, Nagorno Karabakh, Palestine-Israel, and other regional crises, and political aspects on the regulation of crises based on relevant resolutions of the UN Security Council and international law norms have been reviewed.
The sides exchanged views on additional measures directed at eliminating tensions in the conflict zones, supporting the stability of ceasefire regimes, as well as strengthening humanitarian aid through the coordination of efforts on multilateral platforms and the return of refugees.
In the context of discussing the current situation in the South Caucasus, Ukraine, and Central Asia, they have expressed mutual support for further coordination of efforts in the interests of strengthening peace and stability in these regions.
The activity of the Joint Russian-Turkish Center for control over the Ceasefire and All Military Operations in the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict Zone has been highly evaluated.
An agreement has been reached regarding the continuation of the work on the opening of economic and transport relations in the South Caucasus.