Tajik FM attended the meeting of CSTO Foreign Ministers

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DUSHANBE-On December 7, within the framework of the 24th meeting of the Council of Foreign Ministers of the OSCE participating countries in Vienna, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Tajikistan, Sirodjidin Aslov, took part in the working meeting of the Ministers for Foreign Affairs of the member countries of the Collective Security Treaty Organization.

During the meeting, the sides exchanged views on certain agenda items, draft decisions and other issues of the meeting of the Council of Foreign Ministers of the OSCE participating states.

Source: National Information Agency of Tajikistan

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Tajik FM attended the meeting of CSTO Foreign Ministers

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DUSHANBE-On December 7, within the framework of the 24th meeting of the Council of Foreign Ministers of the OSCE participating countries in Vienna, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Tajikistan, Sirodjidin Aslov, took part in the working meeting of the Ministers for Foreign Affairs of the member countries of the Collective Security Treaty Organization.

During the meeting, the sides exchanged views on certain agenda items, draft decisions and other issues of the meeting of the Council of Foreign Ministers of the OSCE participating states.

Source: National Information Agency of Tajikistan

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