Leaders of the Collective Security Treaty Organization will hold a videoconference today. The situation in Kazakhstan, where protests and mass unrest took place, will be discussed. Earlier, CSTO "peacekeepers" were sent there.
"The online conference of heads of CSTO member states will be devoted to discussing the situation in Kazakhstan," the press service of Armenian Prime Minister and current CSTO head Nikol Pashinyan said. - The online conference of the CSTO heads of state is tentatively scheduled for Monday".
Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov also said earlier that the videoconference was planned for January 10.
"Yes. We are preparing on Monday," he said when asked if the Kremlin confirmed Vladimir Putin's participation in the January 10 online summit. - Russian President Vladimir Putin will attend an extraordinary session of the Collective Security Council of the Collective Security Treaty Organization on Jan. 10, 2022. The session will discuss "The situation in the Republic of Kazakhstan and measures to normalize it.