Tokayev says the situation in Afghanistan threatens the stability of the CSTO countries

16 May


The unstable situation in Afghanistan threatens the stability of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO), which should take into account potential threats, President of Kazakhstan Kassym-Jomart Tokayev said on Monday at the CSTO summit.


"The unstable situation in this country, as well as the not decreasing activity of armed groups on the territory of Afghanistan still threaten the security and stability of our states. I believe that the CSTO needs to take into account all potential threats and pay even more attention to ensuring the security of the southern borders of Central Asia," he said.

 

 

GSV "Russia - Islamic World"

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Based on materials from TASS