Round table on problems of strengthening of collective security of Central Asia to be held in Kazakhstan

The round table on problems of strengthening of collective security in Central Asia will be held in Kazakhstan. The CSTO Secretary General, Nikolay Borduzha, informed in Bishkek during the round table ‘CSTO as the factor of stability and security in the Central-Asian region’.

“Such round tables were held in Armenia and Tajikistan. It will now be held in Kazakhstan and Belarus. We will sum up all the proposals stated during such events and prepare recommendations for the Presidents of the CSTO countries on strengthening of the system of collective security,” N. Bordyuzha said.

“We are all interested so that Afghanistan becomes a stable state. The American Manas Transit Center in Kyrgyzstan meeting the interests of the antiterrorist coalition in Afghanistan in the territory of Kyrgyzstan, answers these purposes,” the CSTO Secretary General underlined.

CSTO includes Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan.