To hold a meeting of the CSTO Collective Security Council at a high level, a press center of the CSTO Collective Security Council has been created in the National Library of Tajikistan. It is expected that the most important issues of the region and the world will be discussed in detail at the meetings of this influential organization, which will be held with the direct participation of heads of state and representatives of international organizations.
More than 500 representatives of domestic and foreign media have arrived in the Republic of Tajikistan to cover this important political event. The National Library of Tajikistan has created modern conditions for journalists. In particular, 500 computers, printers and other modern devices for recording and processing information are installed in special rooms of the library. The minutes of the meetings will be broadcast to journalists live on large monitors installed in the halls of the National Library, journalists will be able to obtain the necessary information and disseminate it among the world community.
As the correspondent of NIAT “Khovar” Abdurahimi ABDUKAKHHOR reports, modern computers provided to the media representatives to cover the meetings have access to high-speed Internet. At the same time, three large monitors provide a broad coverage of the meeting process and facilitate the work of journalists.
It should be noted that from the day of gaining political independence, the Republic of Tajikistan has become a full member of the world community. Our country conducts domestic and foreign policy based on national interests, and has also become a member of authoritative international and regional organizations. One of these is the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO), which will be chaired by the Republic of Tajikistan this year. The Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) is a military-political alliance created by the former Soviet Union on the basis of the Collective Security Treaty. The CSTO Charter was signed by the Collective Security Council in Chisinau on October 7, 2002 and entered into force on September 18, 2003.
In the current international situation, the existence of the CSTO is an important factor in the stability and security of the borders of the member states. Continuous activities within the framework of the CSTO will help bring interstate military-political relations to a qualitatively new level for the formation of a truly effective system of collective security. The Republic of Tajikistan attaches priority importance to its participation in the activities of the Collective Security Treaty Organization.
Cooperation within the framework of this Organization meets the national interests of Tajikistan and will allow it to take the necessary measures to combat international terrorism, extremism, drug and arms trafficking, illegal migration, ensure security and stability in the entire region of Europe and Asia, as well as protect the territorial integrity and independence of states -members.
The Republic of Tajikistan considers the issues of intensifying the process of military-political integration of the member states and the coordination of their capabilities, improving military policy and further developing military-technical cooperation of the member states as the primary and most important tasks of the CSTO.
Information taken from the site www.NANSMIT.TJ