Attempts to interfere with the work of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) will continue, but despite this, the association continues to be in demand, according to Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov, TASS news agency reports.
"Attempts to collapse the CSTO have always been and will continue in the future," the Kremlin spokesman said in an interview with journalist Pavel Zarubin. "However, at least now we see that, despite all difficulties, despite possible disagreements—even between member states—, this organization is still in demand. And it has fully demonstrated its relevance and effectiveness—considering the settlement of the situation in Kazakhstan."
To note, Armenia also is a CSTO member.