ArmInfo. The Nagorno-Karabakh conflict is under continuous review of the CSTO. The Secretary General of the CSTO Stanislav Zas said this in Yerevan in a conversation with reporters on February 28, referring to the Organization's actions to respond more quickly to issues sensitive to Armenia.
"We have already built a good system of informing all other CSTO states on this issue from Armenia. Believe me, this issue is discussed at each summit of the heads of state. Everyone is sufficiently informed. If necessary, the CSTO will express its position on this conflict. This has been done more than once. In principle, the statements of the heads of state and foreign ministers are publicly available, I will not comment on them or repeat them. But the essence of the position is understandable, "said Zas, recalling that the CSTO stands for a peaceful resolution to the conflict, and he sees only one way to solve the problem - it is political.
According to him, this is a settlement within the framework of the co-chairmanship of the OSCE Minsk Group, and the work carried out by this group, of course, based on the norms and principles of international law, the UN Charter, the Helsinki Final Act.
Answering a question about incidents on the Armenian-Azerbaijani state border, the CSTO Secretary General emphasized that if Armenia appeals for help to the CSTO states, the organization as a whole, she will express her position and provide the necessary assistance.
"But now the Armenian government is independently managing these border incidents. We hope that the situation will be stabilized and clashes can be avoided," he said.