Armenia is interested in deep cooperation with CSTO partners

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“Armenia is interested in deep cooperation with CSTO partners and aims to strengthen the ally relations with members of Organization” – the Head of Armenian delegation in Parliament Assembly of Collective Security Treaty Organization, Deputy Speaker of National Assembly Mr. Eduard Sharmazanov stated on Friday.    

"Yerevan is interested in deep cooperation with CSTO partners and aims to strengthen the ally relations with members of Organization, stands for further development of member-states defense capabilities in order to see CSTO ready to face modern challenges and threats” – Mr. Sharmazanov declared at the meeting with the Chairman of Parliament Assembly of CSTO, Speaker of State Duma of Russia, Mr. Sergey Naryshkin.

As press-service of Armenian parliament reports, partners discussed the activities of CSTO Parliament Assembly, issues of multilateral cooperation and market the plan of further mutual work in the framework of Organization.

In accordance with press-service information, Mr. Narshkin thanked Mr. Sharmazanov for a worm welcome and highly estimated his contribution to the work of PA Council. He also expressed confidence in continuing cooperation with Armenian government in future.

Mr. Naryshkin took a trip to Yerevan to join the offsite meeting of Parliament Assembly of CSTO hosted in Armenian capital. 

Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) was founded on 15 May, 1992 by member states of Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS). CSTO member states are: Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kirgizia, Russia and Tajikistan. Uzbekistan has announced its suspension in CSTO in 2012. 


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