RASC News Agency: During a session on the current situation in Afghanistan, representatives of member countries of the Collective Security Treaty Organization engaged in discussions. As reported by TASS news agency, citing the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the member nations of the Collective Security Treaty Organization convened in a joint session yesterday, November 23rd, addressing, among other regional topics, the control of the Taliban over Afghanistan. According to the news agency’s report, the meeting took place in the city of Minsk, where participants delved into discussions regarding terrorism, drug trafficking, and the reinforcement of foreign policies. Collaboration with other international and regional organizations was also deemed a crucial matter.
Meanwhile, the Collective Security Treaty Organization, without providing specific details, mentioned that country leaders made decisions during the session in response to the crisis. It is reported that leaders from Russia, Tajikistan, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and the Secretary-General of the Collective Security Treaty Organization were among those present at the meeting. It is noteworthy that, preceding this session, Vladimir Putin and Emomali Rahmon, the Presidents of Russia and Tajikistan, respectively, had discussions in Moscow regarding Afghanistan and regional security.
This comes as global authorities have previously deliberated on the situation in Afghanistan under the dominance of the Taliban and its implications for regional and global security.
Furthermore, it is essential to mention that following the Taliban’s takeover of Afghanistan, the country has faced numerous crises, and assertions that terrorist groups within Afghanistan are operating under the influence of this organization occasionally raise concerns among regional and global nations.