Lukashenko called for a meeting of General secretaries of the SCO, UN, OSCE, NATO and CSTO

Лукашенко призвал провести встречу генсеков ШОС, ООН, ОБСЕ, НАТО и ОДКБ

President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko has offered to host an informal meeting of the secretaries-General of the Shanghai cooperation organization (SCO), United Nations (UN), the Organization for security and cooperation in Europe (OSCE), North Atlantic Treaty organization (NATO) and the Organization of collective security Treaty (CSTO). With the corresponding statement he made on Friday at the SCO summit in Bishkek, reports RIA “Novosti”.

Lukashenko explained that, once an effective international system is currently collapsing and urged to consolidate the efforts of international organizations to ensure global security.

“We need to use the unifying nature of international organizations to consolidate their efforts in the field of global security. In this respect, an important step would be an informal meeting, well, maybe not the leaders yet, but secretaries-General of the UN, OSCE, SCO, CIS, NATO and CSTO, and possibly other agencies to discuss the accumulated problems of stability in the world,” – said the Belarusian leader.

The President drew attention to the termination of the restraining agreements in the military sphere, which, in his opinion, can lead to race of arms and large-scale armed conflict. The Belarusian head of state noted that in the present economic and trading tools are used to confrontation, but with the advancement of Internet there is a threat even for the private lives of people.
 
Lukashenko stressed that the solution to these problems is not enough possibilities of even such powerful States as Russia, China or India, so you should seek the assistance of international institutions.

We will remind that on Friday in Bishkek hosts SCO summit, attended by leaders of participating countries and observer countries of the organization, including Russia, China, India, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Iran, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Afghanistan and Mongolia.

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