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MINSK, October 3 (Itar-Tass) —— The Belarusian parliament on Monday, October 3, ratified the agreement that regulates the formation and operation of the collective security system of the Collective Security Treaty Organisation (CSTO).
Head of the Commission on National Security of the House of Representative in the Belarusian parliament, Ignaty Misuragin, said the agreement “will make it possible to fix the composition, purpose, formation and operation of the collective security system forces and their deployment and use”.
The deputies also ratified protocols amending the collective security treaty of May 15, 1992 and the CSTO Charter of October 7, 2002.
They believe that the ratification of the protocol will make CSTO activities more effective and strengthen mutually advantageous cooperation in the face of new threats and challenges to collective security.