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Russia does not approve of Turkey's statements declaring support for Azerbaijan amid hostilities in Nagorno-Karabakh, Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov told reporters on Sept. 30.
Peskov said the Russian military is very closely monitoring the development of the situation on the line of contact, where fighting continues.
When asked whether Russia has data on Turkey's participation in the conflict, Peskov stressed that all information is being analyzed, and all statements made by international leaders, statements made "at a high level from various countries of the world" are also carefully recorded.
Peskov said that Moscow does not approve of Turkey's statements about political support for Azerbaijan.Erdoğan calls on Armenia to 'end occupation' in Nagorno-Karabakh region
"Of course, we do not support such statements, we do not agree with them," the Kremlin spokesman said, reiterating his recent words that "there is no need to add fuel to the fire."
In the meantime, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Çavuşoğlu has stated that Ankara will do "what is necessary" if Azerbaijan asks it for military support.
The Turkish foreign minister reiterated his stance, as on Sept. 29 he also said that Ankara was ready to support Azerbaijan during the escalation.