June 16, 2014 16:57
CSTO decides to suspend attempts to start dialogue with NATO, looks to OSCE
MOSCOW. June 16 (Interfax) - The Collective Security Treaty Organization has decided to suspend attempts to establish a dialogue with NATO and has taken the course towards developing cooperation with the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE).
"In view of the situation the CSTO foreign ministers have decided to suspend attempts to establish a dialogue with NATO. To preserve the negotiating field on the European platform a course has been recommended towards further development of cooperation with the OSCE," the CSTO Secretary General Nikolai Bordyuzha said at a meeting with the heads of parliamentary delegations from the CSTO member states, chaired by State Duma Speaker Sergei Naryshkin, at the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly on Monday.
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