Military contingents and formations of special forces will fulfill combat training tasks in order to strengthen the covering state border troops, conduct a special operation to block a section of the border of a CSTO member state, defeat and eliminate illegal armed groups and conduct and intelligence with the integrated use of various ground and air-based weapons.
It is planned to work out the issues of training and use of intelligence forces and means in the joint operation of the Collective Rapid Reaction Forces (CRRF) of the CSTO, practical actions of intelligence forces and means in the interests of localizing the border armed conflict in the East European CSTO Collective Security Region.
The meeting is attended by CCES leaders and members and the CSTO Acting Secretary General Valery Semerikov, as well as representatives of international and non-governmental organizations.
Acting Secretary General of the CSTO Valery Semerikov spoke at the OSCE Anti-Terrorism Conference in Bratislava
An Anti-Terrorism Conference in the framework of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe in 2019 is held March 25-26, 2019 in the capital of the Slovak Republic, Bratislava. The current Slovak OSCE Chairmanship chose the “Review of efforts to prevent and counter terrorism, as well as violent extremism and radicalization, leading to terrorism in the OSCE region,” as an annual event. The meeting is attended by delegations of the OSCE member states, headed mainly by deputy heads of their foreign affairs or security agencies, and a number of leading international and regional organizations.
A keen exchange of views takes place between authoritative experts of the European continent in the sphere of countering the most dangerous challenge that the world community has encountered on an unprecedented scale in the first decades of the new century. One of the keynote addresses at a meeting on the theme of developing international cooperation and sharing experience gained in the fight against terrorism was made by the Acting Secretary General of the CSTO, Valery Semerikov.
He informed the audience about the measures that the CSTO member states are taking in a coordinated format in the Organization format to increase the effectiveness of countering attempts by international terrorist centers to “reset” their criminal activities after defeats in the Middle East, and again focused on the position of the CSTO on the widest antiterrorist coalition under the auspices of the UN based on the observance of generally accepted norms and principles of international Foot right synergy of efforts in this direction all the relevant international organizations.