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YEREVAN, March 12 (Itar-Tass) — Secretary General of the Collective Security Treaty Organisation Nikolai Bordyuzha said it is inexpedient to interfere in the events in Syria.
“We consider inexpedient to actively interfere in the Syrian process on this stage,” Bordyuzha said after the talks with Secretary of the Armenian National Security Council Artur Bagdasaryan on Monday.
“All states, including the CSTO members, want the Syrian conflict to be settled as soon as possible, by peaceful means. Otherwise, the aggression by foreign forces is inadmissible,” Bordyuzha stressed.
The CSTO secretary-general recalled that the organisation had made a statement on Syria. At the same time, he said, “We consider inexpedient to actively interfere in the process when the United Nations works there rather intensively.”