Coordination meeting of the CSTO and the International Committee of the Red Cross will be held in Moscow
The CSTO Secretariat hosted a meeting of the CSTO Deputy Secretary General Piotr Tsikhanouski with the Deputy Head of the Regional Delegation of the International Committee of the Red Cross in Russia, Belarus and Moldova Marie Dubeau
The question of inviting representatives of the ICRC to trainings with the CSTO Peacekeeping Forces “Indestructible Brotherhood-2019” on the territory of Tajikistan in October of this year was considered
The CSTO Secretariat held a meeting between the Deputy Secretary General of the CSTO Piotr Tsikhanouski and the Chief of the Joint Staff of the Organization Anatoly Sidorov with the leadership of the Regional Delegation of the ICRC
The participants of the 3rd Coordination Meeting between the Collective Security Treaty Organization and the International Committee of the Red Cross at a high level adopted a Resolution
The CSTO Secretariat and the International Committee of the Red Cross will hold a meeting in Moscow on Sept. 7 on humanitarian challenges in areas of armed conflict, creating conditions for effective interaction between the CSTO and the ICRC.
The CSTO Secretary General and the ICRC President discussed the interaction of two international organizations in the humanitarian sphere and the mechanisms for incorporating IHL norms in the planning, preparation and use of forces and means of the collec
Memorandum between the ICRC and the CSTO may be prepared for the summer of 2017
The second CSTO Coordination Meeting and the High Level International Cross Committee took place in Geneva. Adopted a resolution on the interest of the participation of ICRC representatives in the CSTO joint peacekeeping exercise "The Indestructible Broth
The CSTO and the International Committee of the Red Cross discussed in Moscow the issues of applying the norms of international humanitarian law in conducting operations and interacting with the armed forces to protect victims of armed conflicts
The CSTO Secretariat and the Regional Delegation of the International Committee of the Red Cross in Belarus, Moldova and Russia held a joint seminar on international humanitarian law

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