Moscow and Ankara “checked clock” for a number of issues

In Istanbul, a meeting of the Deputy Ministers of Foreign Affairs of Russia and Turkey Andrei Rudenko and Sedat Othala, the press service of the Russian Foreign Ministry reported.

According to the department, the parties in the context of the normalization of relations Baku and Yerevan discussed the importance of the consistent implementation of the three-sided agreements of the leaders of Russia, Azerbaijan and Armenia of November 9, 2020 and January 11, 2021.

“Stressed the relevance of the launch in the near future of the regional advisory mechanism for the South Caucasus” 3 + 3 “(Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia Plus Russia, Turkey, Iran),” says in the message.

In addition, the parties conducted a subject exchange of views on the situation in Central Asia, including with the latest events in Afghanistan.

“was held” reconciliation of hours “for a number of other issues related to the provisions on the CIS space, in particular on the situation in Ukraine. It is stated by the translational development of multi-Russian Russian-Turkish interaction,” the Ministry of Foreign Affairs notes.