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BISHKEK, May 28 (Itar-Tass) - Russian President Vladimir Putin urged the leaders of the CSTO member-states to pay special attention to the situation in Afghanistan.
"I'm very much hoping that we'll look in an information atmosphere today at how the Afghan situation is developing what we could do to respond to changes in the situation there," the Russian leader said at the informal summit of the Collective Security Treaty Organization here on Tuesday.
Putin underlined that the main objective is "to ensure the security of our countries and our peoples."