Putin Acts Through The CSTO to Defend His Interests in Kazakhstan


The Collective Security Treaty Organization meets urgently on Monday to resolve the crisis in the Central Asian country The Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO), the post-Soviet bloc’s military alliance led by Russia and including Belarus and Armenia, will hold an emergency meeting on Monday to address the unrest in Kazakhstan, one of the organization’s six members. A series of violent riots in the Central Asian country last week left more than 160 people dead and 1,300 injured, according to official figures. This has set off alarm bells in the region. The meeting will be attended by all the members of…

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