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SOCHI, September 23 (Itar-Tass) - Leaders of the Collective Security Treaty Organization member-states will adopt a joint statement on Syria on Monday, Russian President Vladimir Putin said as a CSTO summit opened in the Black Sea resort of Sochi.
“We have to develop common approaches to this problem that will be fixed in the CSTO member-states’ statement on Syria,” he said adding that CSTO member-states were interested in Syria’s crisis to be resolved through diplomatic and political means.
“I am confident that our joint work will be rather effective and useful,” Putin said noting that delegates had to adopt over ten documents on different aspects of the Organization’s activity.