ArmInfo.At a meeting on Monday, the leaders of the countries participating in the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) made proposals for improving the crisis response system - they will be worked out.
This was stated by Secretary General of the association Stanislav Zas at a press conference following the results of the anniversary summit held in Moscow. His attention was drawn to the statements of Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan that it is necessary to improve the crisis response mechanisms within the organization. "Today this issue was discussed. Quite a lot of proposals were made to improve the crisis response system, including by the Armenian side," the Secretary General confirmed in response. Zas specified that the heads of other states also expressed their proposals on this matter, and this was done "taking into account the practical experience gained in Kazakhstan." Speaking about the involvement of peacekeeping forces in this republic, in general, this system worked, he noted that. "Now the task is this: to make the necessary adjustments without breaking the fundamentally established system, which, in fact, worked and allowed us to complete the tasks," he noted. "Such work will be deployed."
The CSTO Secretary General clarified that this topic was discussed, including in relation to the states of the Caucasus. "This issue will be worked out and discussed," he summed up, TASS reports.
Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan on May 16, at a meeting of the Organization, criticized the actions of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) during the conflict with Azerbaijan. He also called on the member countries of the organization to synchronize actions. According to Pashinyan, the anniversary of the organization is a very good occasion to sum up some results and discuss the prospects for the further development of our organization. "There is a lot of positive in the history of the CSTO, because, in reality, the CSTO has been and will be the most important factor in ensuring security and stability in the region," he said.