Moscow has asked Ankara for clarification on the remarks made by Turkish President λοςshan Sener’s adviser on the presence of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) troops in Kazakhstan, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said today. which gave on the results of the activity of Russian diplomacy in 2021.
“To put it mildly, an incomprehensible statement was made in Ankara by one of President (Tayyip) Erdogan’s advisers, who simply condemned Kazakhstan’s actions to invite the OSCE. We have now asked our Turkish colleagues to explain to us “It means that,” Lavrov said.
At the same time, Lavrov, when asked by an Armenian journalist, stressed that he had not noticed any “nervous reaction” from the officials of Azerbaijan and Turkey regarding the deployment of the OSCE peacekeeping force in Kazakhstan.
Earlier, an adviser to Turkish President Ihsan Sener had issued a statement condemning the OSCE presence in Kazakhstan.
Source From: Capital