Turkey will send troops to Armenia on Oct. 11 in compliance with an international treaty, the Turkish General Staff has stated, the Hurriyet Daily News reports.
A Turkish inspection team will be sent to Armenia, with whom Turkey has no diplomatic ties, for a three-day inspection period as part of the Conventional Armed Forces in Europe (CFE) Treaty, the General Staff announced.
“Within the context of the CFE Treaty, CFE inspection will be held in Armenia under the leadership of Turkey between Oct. 11 and Oct. 14, 2015. During the Turkish inspection, a guest inspector from Slovakia will also be present along with the Turkish inspectors. Our CFE Inspection Team will return home on Oct. 14 after fulfilling the inspection,” the statement said.
Armenian Armed Forces regularly carry out inspection on the territory of the Republic of Turkey.