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The military activity of NATO member states near the CSTO borders in Eastern Europe does not contribute to the strengthening of security in the region, and the level of tension should be reduced, said CSTO Secretary General Stanislav Zas, RIA Novosti reported.

"In general, the militarization of the Eastern European region near the CSTO western borders, the increase of military activity in that region do not contribute to the strengthening of security in all our countries—first of all, in the Eastern European region—, it creates a certain source of threat; that's really the case. Therefore, we consider it important to reduce this level of counteraction, tension, military activity, to find new ways to ensure security," Zas said in an interview with ONT television, commenting on the activity of NATO member states near the border with Belarus.

To note, Armenia is also a member of the CSTO.

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