The Statement emphasizes that the CSTO member states note their full adherence to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, a unique document based on an agreement between nuclear and non-nuclear countries. "The unconditional and effective fulfillment by all Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons parties of their obligations, embodied in the balanced unity of three fundamental components: disarmament, non-proliferation and peaceful application of atomic energy, contributes to the implementation of common goals and objectives based on humane aspirations to achieve peace."
CSTO Secretary General Stanislav Zas in Minsk discussed with the Minister of Defense and the Secretary of State of the Security Council of Belarus military cooperation in the CSTO and preparations for the CSSC meeting
March 5, Minsk / BelTA /. Topical issues of international and regional security were examined in detail at a meeting held today at the State Secretariat of the Security Council of Belarus, BelTA learned from the agency.
“This topic was the main one at the talks of the Secretary of State of the Security Council of Belarus Andrei Ravkov and the Minister of Defense of our country Viktor Khrenin with the Secretary General of the Collective Security Treaty Organization Stanislav Zas,” the Secretary of State emphasized. “An exchange of views took place on pressing issues of international and regional security.”
In addition, the meeting discussed the topic of cooperation between Belarus and the CSTO, as well as the preparations for intersessional meetings of the Committee of Secretaries of Security Councils and the Council of Defense Ministers.
"The parties shared their views on further improving the effectiveness of the Collective Security Treaty Organization," the agency concluded.
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