CSTO Secretary General Stanislav Zas gave an interview to RIA Novosti on the 18th anniversary of the creation of the Collective Security Treaty Organization: there is no threat of a CSTO military conflict with NATO

The Collective Security Treaty Organization - CSTO - has been operating for 18 years. The Collective Security Treaty itself was signed in Tashkent on May 15, 1992. The CSTO Secretary General Stanislav Zas, who took office earlier this year, told in his first interview to the media whether there was a threat of a military conflict between the CSTO and NATO, what achievements of the organization and prospects for its expansion were, as well as how the bloc is fought against the coronavirus pandemic and whether the military-political situation in the world would change after the end of the epidemic.

Today, the Collective Security Treaty is 28 years old. The CSTO is 18

On May 15, 1992, the heads of state of the Republic of Armenia, the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic, the Russian Federation, the Republic of Tajikistan and the Republic of Uzbekistan signed a Collective Security Treaty in Tashkent. This Treaty laid the foundation for the creation of a collective security system in the Eurasian space in the post-Soviet period and became the main document, on the basis of which 10 years later the CSTO was created.

A commemorable banner for the 75th anniversary of the Great Victory in the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945 was installed in Moscow on Leningradsky Prospekt, 41, where the CSTO Joint Staff is currently located
In this Moscow district, the “Act on Unconditional Surrender of Germany” was delivered 75 years ago from the capital of defeated fascist Germany. In 1945 Moscow Airport was in that place.