Russia and Turkey have signed a memorandum on making a joint centre for monitoring the Nagorno-Karabakh ceasefire.
It comes simply days after a peace settlement was reached between Russia, Azerbaijan and Armenia over the mountainous area.
The monitoring centre will think about any complaints, points or issues relating to violations of the peace deal agreed.
Russian International Minister, Sergey Lavrov, has been speaking about the way it will work, saying drones can be used to assist decide the state of affairs on the bottom.
Lavrov underlined that this monitoring centre goes to remain on Azerbaijan territory, not even near the battle zone. He maintained it was what Russia and Turkey agreed.