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MOSCOW, December 10.ITAR-TASS/. Cooperation with NATO on Afghanistan after the pullout of the Alliance-led troops from that country in 2014 is not essential for the Collective Security Treaty Organisation, CSTO Secretary-General, Nikolai Bordyuzha, told reporters on Tuesday.
“NATO has not yet demonstrated its intention to cooperate with us on this issue,” he said. “We do not make attempts to reach an agreement with them. It is not interesting for us.”
Along with this Bordyuzha said cooperation with the North Atlantic Alliance would help double potential of ensuring security in the region.
The tasks that had been set for international coalition forces ahead of their deployment in Afghanistan were not resolved, the situation was worsening and the forecast was negative, he said.