16.02.2024

On 16 February 2024, the CSTO Secretary General Imangali Tasmagambetov met with the Deputy Prime Minister – Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Kazakhstan Murat Nurtleu in Astana. The parties exchanged views on the forthcoming events planned within the framework of Kazakhstan's chairmanship of the CSTO this year.


16.02.2024

On 14 February 2024, the CSTO Secretariat hosted an educational seminar (coaching session) on the theme: "Topical issues of Eurasian security", which was attended by heads of departments and experts of the CSTO Secretariat, representatives of the scientific community, as well as students and postgraduates of political science departments of leading Russian universities, including winners of the A.E. Snesarev Prize in Geopolitics and Military Science.


14.02.2024

On 14 February 2024, Chief of the Joint Staff of the Collective Security Treaty Organization, Colonel-General Andrei Nikolayevich Serdyukov, held a briefing on the subject: "Main tasks of joint training of the CSTO collective security system's command and control bodies and formations of forces and means for 2024". Representatives of the press services of the defense departments and mass media of the CSTO member states took part in the event via videoconferencing.


08.02.2024

On 7 February, participants in a meeting of the chairmen of the committees (commissions) of the parliaments of the CSTO member states, with jurisdiction over international relations, defense and security issues visited the CSTO Joint Staff.


08.02.2024

On 7 February, the CSTO Secretary General Imangali Tasmagambetov met with the Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov.


In the Kyrgyz Republic the CSTO International anti-drug training "Thunder-2019" ("Grom-2019") has started. The opening ceremony was attended by the CSTO Acting Secretary General Valery Semerikov

In the Kyrgyz Republic the CSTO International anti-drug training "Thunder-2019" ("Grom-2019") has started.  The opening ceremony was attended by the CSTO Acting Secretary General Valery Semerikov 06.08.2019

On August 6, 2019, at the Edelweiss training ground (Balykchy, Issyk-Kul region) of the Armed Forces of the Kyrgyz Republic, the international tactical and special training “Thunder-2019” ("Grom-2019") of special units of the anti-drug services that are part of the Special Forces Formation of the CSTO Collective Rapid Reaction Force began. It is being held in accordance with the Plan of joint events and combat training of the CSTO Collective Rapid Reaction Force, as well as with the Plan of implementing the priorities of the Kyrgyz Republic for the period of its chairmanship of the Collective Security Treaty Organization.

The training was opened by the Deputy Minister of the Interior of the Kyrgyz Republic Almaz Orozaliev and the CSTO Acting Secretary General the Valery Semerikov.

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During the first phase of the “Thunder-2019” ("Grom-2019") training, in which the special forces of the anti-drug departments, internal affairs agencies, the national guard, special services of the Organization member states that are part of the Special Forces Units of the CRRF CSTO, as well as the armed forces, will solve educational and applied tasks in the mountains.

In the process of fulfilling training tasks, special forces from the CSTO member states, in close contact with operational officers of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and units of the Armed Forces, in conditions as close as possible to combat, will work out interaction and gain invaluable experience and skills in participating in a joint special operation. Also, aviation will be involved from the Russian air base in Kant, which is an integral part of the Collective Rapid Deployment Forces of the Central Asian region of the CSTO.   

As part of the second phase of the training, tactical shooting competitions from military weapons will be held, and practical actions will be taken of the combined operational and combat special forces groups in solving missions for their intended purpose.



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