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Collective security council session to be held in Moscow on May 14

The Collective Security Council's /CSC/ regular session of the member countries of the Collective Security Treaty /CST/, set up on May 15th 1992, will be held at the presidential level in Moscow on May 14th, CSC Secretary General Valery Nikolayenko informed journalists on Tuesday. Presidents of Armenia, Belorussia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan will take part in the work of the CSC session on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the signature of the Treaty. The participants of the session will assess the main results of the 10-year period of the Treaty's existence, set new aims and tasks for the future, exchange their opinions on a wide range of issues, concerning the interests of the CST member countries' security.

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