Earlier, Aliyev said that in addition to the Russian ones, Turkish peacekeepers would be present in Karabakh, but this was denied in Moscow and Yerevan.
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said on Tuesday, November 10, that Turkey will participate in monitoring the ceasefire in Nagorno-Karabakh, turkgun.com reports.
“A ceasefire agreement was signed yesterday. Now there is a discussion: how it will be monitored, how to control it. But we will conduct the whole process of control over the ceasefire together, and we will continue to be close to Azerbaijan,” Cavusoglu said.
At the same time, the Kremlin said earlier that the issue of the stay of Turkish peacekeepers in Karabakh had not been agreed with anyone, there is no mention of this in the signed agreement.
According to Sputnik Azerbaijan, President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev discussed with his Turkish counterpart Recep Erdogan the creation of a Turkish-Russian peacekeeping center to monitor the ceasefire.
“Aliyev and Erdogan had a telephone conversation. During the conversation, the sides highly appreciated the creation of a Turkish-Russian peacekeeping center to monitor the ceasefire and expressed confidence that the center will contribute to ensuring lasting peace in the region,” the statement said.
Earlier, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan explained the signing of an agreement with Azerbaijan on Karabakh by the lack of choice. The NKR say they agreed because of the threat to lose the entire territory.