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The personnel of the Joint Russian-Turkish Center continues to carry out the tasks of monitoring the observance of the ceasefire and military operations in the zone of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.

Monitoring of the situation is carried out around the clock using unmanned aerial vehicles, in particular, the Forpost and Orlan-10 UAV systems. Each flight of Russian unmanned aerial vehicles can last up to 10 hours.

“The onboard facilities allow us to accurately determine the coordinates of the declared objects and their compliance with their actual location,” said the head of the unmanned aviation service, Alexander Krepyshev. “In addition, there is escort of automobile and transport convoys. Basically, our funds are used to monitor mountainous, wooded and hard-to-reach areas, ”he added.

The military personnel of the Joint Center continuously receive images from unmanned aerial vehicles to the control center, where all movements of military equipment, personnel are analyzed, and all facts of crossing the line of contact of the parties are recorded.

The Joint Russian-Turkish Center for Controlling the Ceasefire and All Hostilities in the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict Zone was deployed on January 30, 2021 in the territory of the Republic of Azerbaijan in accordance with the Memorandum signed by the heads of the defense departments of the Russian Federation and the Republic of Turkey on November 11, 2020.

As part of the Joint Center, on a parity basis from the armed forces of Russia and Turkey, national contingents are represented under the leadership of their commanders (up to 60 servicemen from each side).

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