On October 18, a meeting of the Legal Centre for Information and Analysis of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Collective Security Treaty Organization was held in St Petersburg.
The meeting presented the results of the session of the Collective Security Council (November 2018) and the CSTO’s current activities to counter challenges and threats.
The participants summed up the results of the parliamentary monitoring of the political and military situation in the CSTO Eastern European Collective Security Region (September 5–6, 2023, Republic of Belarus).
The members of the Centre reviewed the proposals to amend the 2021–2025 CSTO PA Action Plan on Approximation and Harmonization of National Legislation of the CSTO Member States.
Additionally, the meeting discussed the impact of the Eurasian Arc of Instability on regional security and the internal political situation in the CSTO Member States, having also considered the classification of cognitive security objects within the CSTO and approaches to its regulation.
As you may recall, Legal Centre for Information and Analysis is a working body of the Secretariat of the CSTO Parliamentary Assembly that ensures the development of proposals and recommendations on analytical and regulatory support for the development of the CSTO’s collective security system and the promotion of the harmonization of national legislation on defence, military organization and security.
The Centre provides analytical, advisory, informational and organizational support for the activities of the CSTO Parliamentary Assembly, including support for the preparation of draft regulations governing the Assembly’s activities, model legislation, recommendations and other CSTO regulations.