Organization of the Collective Security Treaty

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January 24, 2022

The Collective Security Treaty Organization (OSKB; Russian Организация Договора о коллективной безопасности - ОДКБ) is an international regional organization in the field of defense and security, comprising 7 countries of the former USSR - Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Russia (Kyrgyzstan, Russia) Uzbekistan, which suspended its membership in 2012 and is thus inactive. He is a direct successor to the so-called Tashkent Treaty (on Collective Security) of 1992, which was given the form of an international organization on October 7, 2002 in Chisinau. Azerbaijan and Georgia, which were also among the original signatories to the Tashkent Treaty, did not renew their membership in this defense mechanism in 1999. OSKB has observer status at the UN General Assembly.

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Pictures, sounds or videos on the organization of the Collective Security Agreement at Wikimedia Commons Official website of the organization (in Russian)

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