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- Delegations of the CSTO Member States held consultations in Moscow on current issues of arms control and disarmament.
According to the press service of the Collective Security Treaty Organization, the event on March 4 was attended by the CSTO Deputy Secretary General Alymbai SULTANOV and members of the CSTO Secretariat.
“There was a fruitful and thorough discussion of current issues and prospects of arms control, disarmament and non-proliferation. Participants compared their approaches to specific aspects of the reduction and limitation of nuclear missile weapons and compliance with and strengthening of the existing international treaties and agreements in the field of arms control and the non-proliferation regime,” the report says.
The CSTO Member States reaffirmed their commitment to continued joint efforts to build an international system of reliable, equal and indivisible security for all; restore trust and mutual respect in state-to-state relations; as well as to further align and coordinate their positions on the issues of arms control, disarmament and non-proliferation in the interests of lasting peace and strengthening of international security.
Let us recall that 50 years ago, on March 5, 1970, the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons entered into force.