On 13 November 2023, the XVI meeting of the Council of the Collective Security Treaty Organization's Consultative Coordination Centre for Responding to Computer Incidents (CSTO CCC) was held in Moscow, with the participation of leading experts and representatives of the national authorized bodies for Responding to Computer Incidents of the CSTO member states.
A meeting of the CSTO Collective Security Council was held in Minsk on 23 November.
The heads of states have discussed in detail current problems of international and regional security and the main results of the activities of the CSTO during the inter-sessional period.
A meeting of the heads of the Collective Security Treaty Organization member states under the chairmanship of the President of the Republic of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko has begun in Minsk in the narrow format.
On 22 November 2023, in Minsk, a joint meeting of the Council of Foreign Ministers, the Council of Defense Ministers and the Committee of Secretaries of the Security Councils of the CSTO was held. Representatives of the Republic of Armenia did not take part in the meeting.
In accordance with the Action Plan for the implementation of the decisions of the November 20-22 session of the CSTO CSC and the fulfilment of the priority areas of the Organization’s activities, two documents relevant to the stabilization of the situation in the South Caucasus have been developed so far under the chairmanship of the Republic of Belarus.
The CSTO Secretary General held a meeting on strategic forecasting of challenges and threats to collective security and analytical support of the Organization's activities19.04.2023
On April 19, 2023, the CSTO Secretary General Imangali Tasmagambetov held a meeting on strategic forecasting of challenges and threats to collective security and analytical support of the Organization, which was attended by representatives of state authorities and leading Russian research and expert centers.
The CSTO Secretary General stressed that building the Organization's institutional capacity in the information-analytical sphere was enshrined as one of the priorities of the CSTO by the Republic of Belarus as this year's Chairmanship State.
During the event there was a detailed and engaged discussion of issues of interaction between the CSTO Secretariat and analytical structures of the member states that study the problems of international relations. In this regard, the CSTO Secretary General noted that there was an increasing need for the Organization to forecast trends in the development of the situation, both in its area of responsibility and in the world as a whole. There is a need more objectively, with the involvement of independent experts, to assess events, to identify trends, calculate their consequences and - to be proactive.
The meeting resulted in the signing of memorandums of cooperation between the CSTO Secretariat and the CIS Research Institute of Security Problems and the Institute of China and Modern Asia of the Russian Academy of Sciences.