MINSK, November 30. /TASS/. Secretary of the Russian Security Council Nikolay Patrushev has met with his counterparts from Belarus and Kyrgyzstan in Minsk.
"Nikolay Patrushev and [State Secretary of the Belarusian Security Council] Stanislav Zas discussed the current state of Russian-Belarusian cooperation in the sphere of providing national, regional and international security," the Russian Security Council said in a statement.
Patrushev also held talks with Secretary of the Kyrgyz Security Council Almazbek Kurmanaliev who met with Patrushev for the first time after his appointment. "The interlocutors discussed the current state of Russian-Kyrgyz cooperation in the sphere of security and also signed a plan of cooperation between the administrative offices of the two countries’ security councils," the Russian Security Council noted. "In particular, the document stipulates regular Russian-Kyrgyz working interagency consultations in the sphere of security, including on countering terrorism and extremism, military-technical cooperation, security in the Central Asia region and information security."