Meeting of Council of Foreign Affairs of CSTO was held in Almaty

In Almaty, a meeting of the Council of Ministers of Foreign Affairs (UMD) of the Organization of the Collective Security Treaty (CSTO) was held.

According to the press service of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Kazakhstan, the meeting was chaired by the deputy prime minister-Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Kazakhstan Murat Nurtleu.

The heads of the foreign policy departments of the CSTO member states exchanged views on the international and regional situation and its influence on the safety of the organization of the organization.

In his speech, the Foreign Minister of the Republic of Kazakhstan informed the participants of the meeting about the position and approaches of Kazakhstan in matters of cooperation in the format of the CSTO, the implementation of the priorities of the presidency of Kazakhstan in the organization for the first half of the year, and also expressed a number of proposals aimed at further comprehensive development.

Following the meeting, the ministers approved the project of the targeted interstate program to strengthen the Tajik-Afghan border, as well as a number of documents in the field of peacekeeping, financial and organizational activities and the development of projects of international agreements in the framework of the CSTO

The Council of Foreign Ministers of Foreign Affairs also adopted political statements about the situation in Afghanistan, about the efforts to stabilize the situation in the Middle East and North Africa, on the use of space space for peaceful purposes, in connection with the 80th anniversary of the liberation of Belarus from Nazi invaders, as well as in the field of information security.

A meeting in Almaty was held in a traditionally friendly atmosphere, the parties confirmed the focus on the development of interaction within the CSTO and further strengthening of the organization.