CSTO Mechanisms to be Launched on Kyrgyz-Tajik Border


Stanislav Zas, the secretary general of the Collective Security Treaty Organization, met with foreign minister Jeenbek Kulubaev, AKIpress informed.

They talked about regional security issues, CSTO activity improvement in light of current threats and challenges, and the status of preparations for the CSTO Foreign Ministers Council, Defense Ministers Council, Committee of Security Council Secretaries, and CSTO Collective Security Council meetings that will take place soon.

The CSTO Secretary General was briefed by FM Kulubaev of the circumstance at the Kyrgyz-Tajik border. He claimed that Tajikistan’s illegal acts are aggressive, destabilizing, and in violation of bilateral and international agreements between two nations.

According to FM Kulubaev, the parties were able to come to an agreement on the situation’s stabilization as a result of Kyrgyzstan’s position that any unresolved concerns should be resolved through diplomatic and political channels.

The CSTO procedures for implementing the agreements on stabilizing the situation on the Kyrgyz-Tajik border established during the working meeting of the CSTO Foreign Ministers in New York were to be launched as soon as possible, FM Kulubaev said.

In the previous month, leaders of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO), which is led by Russia, gathered in the Tajik capital for a meeting, according to RFERL.

The Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), which also includes China, held its summit the next day.

Following the abrupt fall of the Western-backed government in Kabul at the conclusion of a 20-year-old U.S.-led military mission in Afghanistan, Moscow and Beijing are making moves to establish themselves as major actors in the region. These conversations are taking place at this time.

Both of the regional security groups have been seen as Beijing’s and Moscow’s responses to American geopolitical hegemony.

Afghanistan’s Central Asian neighbors are apprehensive of the security concerns coming from the war-torn country and the possibility that tens of thousands of people may flood over the border as a result of the oncoming massive humanitarian disaster in the wake of the Taliban’s takeover.

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