Kazakhstan is planning to expand cooperation between the Collective Security Treaty Organization and UN counter-terrorism bodies.
The foreign ministers of the member countries discussed pressing global challenges and ways of addressing them jointly.
CSTO was established in 2002 to strengthen peace and, international and regional stability.
To remind, the organization includes six states right now: Kazakhstan, Armenia, Belarus, Kyrgyzstan, Russia and Tajikistan.
CSTO countries keep developing military cooperation.
The Ministry of Internal Affairs found a way to save budget money on the purchase of special equipment.
The country continues anti-terrorist operation against the rebellious ex-deputy defense minister.