How can I add poetry running inside docker as a remote interpreter.

I see the options for virtualenv, systems normal python, and conda.

Is there a way to configure pycharm professional to use poetry environment inside a docker as an interpreter? 
Thanks in advance!

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Unfortunately, creating a poetry interpreter with docker and docker-compose is not possible currently. You can add the existing poetry environment as a virtual environment, but poetry features won't be accessible.
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