Armenia has asked CSTO to remove the document on aid to the country from the agenda.
CSTO General Secretary Imangali Tasmagambetov announced that Armenia has asked CSTO partners to remove the document on aid to the country from the agenda.
A CSTO Collective Security Council session is scheduled for November 23, the CSTO Secretary General said at the meeting with the President of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko. "The second issue is the Collective Security Council's recommendation to revise the aid decision to Armenia. Although all allies supported that decision, the Armenian side did not express any interest in that document; moreover, in the final part of our work, they asked to remove it from the agenda altogether", he said.Follow us on Telegram
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