Putin and Erdogan Discuss Situation in Nagorno Karabakh
By the initiative of the Turkish side, Russia’s President Vladimir Putin had a telephone conversation with President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
As the press service of Kremlin reports, during the conversation a number of issues were discussed, including Nagorno Karabakh conflict.
''The developments in Nagorno Karabakh conflict zone were discussed. The Russian side expressed deep concern over the ongoing military operations, as well as over the more large-scale involvement of terrorists from the Middle East.
Vladimir Putin informed about his contacts with the leaders of Azerbaijan and Armenia and the measures aimed at achieving ceasefire as soon as possible and de-escalation of the crisis.
An agreement was reached to also implement coordination between the foreign and defense ministries of Russia and Turkey, as well as between the special services of the two countries'', the statement reads.
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