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Three options were voiced by the CSTO General Secretary after the removal of General Khachaturov

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After he is removed from the post of the CSTO Secretary General, General Yuri Khachaturov, Deputy Secretary General Valery Semerikov acts as the head of the organization. Recall that Khachaturov’s dismissal took place after the appeal of the Armenian side. The new authorities of Armenia opened a criminal case against the general for “participating in a coup d’état”. Attention is drawn to the fact that such claims are made by those who themselves came to power in Yerevan in a de facto unconstitutional way.




The journalists asked what candidates are currently being considered for the post of Secretary General of an international organization.

Assistant to the President of Russia Yury Ushakov said that there are three options at the moment. First option - saving Valery Semerikov, who represents Russia, to the post until 2020. It was in 2020 that the re-election of the Secretary General was to take place “according to the rules”.

The second option - Belarus is already proposing its candidate for the post of general secretary, as this country simply follows Armenia in alphabetical order. AND option number three: consideration of the new Armenian candidacy. It is the third variant that insists. Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, who does not hide the fact that he wants to see “his man” at the head of the Collective Security Treaty Organization.
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  1. Svarog
    Svarog 7 November 2018 19: 39
    +17
    It’s a very strange organization, it seems .. but there’s no sense .. the members of this organization didn’t even support Crimea .. That is, in case of an attack on them, we respond with war, but they are afraid to put their heads out of the trench without war .. what will happen, if real war?
    1. hrych
      hrych 7 November 2018 19: 44
      +21
      Quote: Svarog
      but no sense ..
      There is a lot of sense, first of all, it’s a common sky, well, we’ll be honest, the sky of the CSTO countries is controlled by the Russian Federation, as well as military cooperation has not been canceled and the armament of these countries, of course, is Russian, with Russian standards, etc. And there are political issues, recognition there, etc. . - a secondary matter, this organization is of little concern. The sky is a key word, also on the territory of these countries, although some are clearly not powerful, but the evil neighbor will not climb.
      1. kapitan92
        kapitan92 7 November 2018 20: 07
        +15
        Quote: hrych
        There is a lot of sense

        The CSTO was formed in the early 90s, the organization is a self-sufficient structure, capable of guaranteeing security and stability in its area of ​​responsibility.
        I don’t quite understand why the CSTO’s head is considering candidates from countries such as Armenia?
        The Secretary General of the Collective Security Treaty Organization should be a representative of the country that bears a greater burden on financing, the number of vehicles and equipment in this organization.
        I can’t imagine a situation where the NATO structure in Europe will be led by a representative of Poland or Bulgaria.
        1. Yujanin
          Yujanin 7 November 2018 20: 35
          +4
          I don’t quite understand why the CSTO’s head is considering candidates from countries such as Armenia?

          CSTO Secretary General appoints representatives of member countries in alphabetical order. Armenia has already missed its chance after initiating a criminal case against Khachaturov. CSTO members consider this humiliating act as a provocation against their allies. For the same reason, they believe that a representative from Belarus should become the next head of the CSTO ahead of time. Armenia does not think so and insists on replacing one Armenian representative with another. Stormy discussions are expected tomorrow in this context, although a new secretary general in the person of Colonel General Zasya has already been initially determined.
          1. Tatyana
            Tatyana 7 November 2018 22: 31
            +7
            three: consideration of the new Armenian candidacy. It is on the third option that the acting person insists. Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyanthat does not hide the fact that at the head of the Collective Security Treaty Organization wants to see "his man."

            First of all. It is a great honor for Nikol Pashinyan, who illegally came to power in Armenia as a result of the "orange" coup, to have "his own man" in the CSTO. Moreover, it will be no other than some Armenian agent of the US special services.
            Secondly. It is quite obvious that the pro-American Pashinyan prosecuted General Yuri Khachaturov for the sole purpose of cleverly pushing another regular CIA agent to the post of CSTO Secretary General to put the CSTO under the control of the Pentagon and the US State Department.

            TOTAL I am categorically against Pashinyan’s political fraud in the Collective Security Treaty Organization under the leadership of his curators from Washington.
            1. stalki
              stalki 7 November 2018 23: 54
              -3
              It is safer when you see the enemy and see firsthand, nearby, nose to nose, the enemy is not able to count on surprise. This is of course my subjective opinion. bully
              1. Tatyana
                Tatyana 8 November 2018 01: 18
                +5
                Quote: stalki
                It is safer when you see the enemy and see firsthand, nearby, nose to nose, the enemy is not able to count on surprise. This is of course my subjective opinion. bully

                The fact of the matter is that in this case you will not see the enemy with your own eyes - and you will see his puppets, with whom there is nothing to take and nothing to negotiate with them, since they themselves do not decide anything. For their master is overseas. But the military secrets of the CSTO, the contentious intrigues and provocations against its members of the CSTO, the people of Pashinyan will perform cool! This should not even be doubted.
                And if the espionage and sabotage services of foreign states would have spent a lot of money and resources on this, if it were not for their person in the CSTO, then with the "Pashinyan man" in Washington and the Pentagon, things against the CSTO will go very cheap and angry.
              2. Yujanin
                Yujanin 8 November 2018 07: 09
                0
                It is safer when you see the enemy and see firsthand, nearby, nose to nose, the enemy is not able to count on surprise.

                This thesis refers to enemies, not spies. Spies are better to neutralize immediately.
        2. Nyrobsky
          Nyrobsky 7 November 2018 23: 49
          +2
          Quote: kapitan92
          The Secretary General of the Collective Security Treaty Organization should be a representative of the country that bears a greater burden on financing, the number of vehicles and equipment in this organization.
          I can’t imagine a situation where the NATO structure in Europe will be led by a representative of Poland or Bulgaria.

          Jenas Stoltenberg is now NATO Secretary General, former Prime Minister of Norway. Before him was Anders Fogh Rasmussen - the Dane. Now an adviser to Poroshenko.
        3. igorka357
          igorka357 8 November 2018 06: 29
          +2
          Vyacheslav, you have strange thoughts, now NATO Secretary General Jens, Norg ... I don’t think Norway is dragging NATO ..)))), what’s so surprising here, the Poles will be even more Russophobian, so NATO can only benefit such general secretaries !! !
          1. kapitan92
            kapitan92 8 November 2018 16: 42
            +1
            Igor, hi In NATO, there are no appointments to the General Secretary according to the alphabet, as in the CSTO.
            Jens Stoltenberg: Minister of Commerce and Energy from 1993-1996 in the government of Gro Harlem Brundtland. Minister of Finance in 1996-1997 in the government of Thorbjørn Jagland.
            Prime Minister of Norway in 2000-2001 and 2005-2013. And then remember that Norway has been a NATO member since 1949. . Stoltenberg became the first Norwegian as head of the alliance. The initiative for his nomination belonged to German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Before being nominated, Merkel enlisted the support of the United States and Britain.
            The CSTO is not NATO and the Secretary General should be a Russian. (IMHO). hi
    2. Logall
      Logall 7 November 2018 19: 45
      +8
      and about. Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, who does not hide the fact that he wants to see “his man” at the head of the Collective Security Treaty Organization.
      Is your man a man of the West? I would not be surprised if, for the sake of this, a case was brought against Khachaturov ... A Western man at the head of the CSTO? (wrote, already shook)
      1. A good one
        A good one 7 November 2018 19: 49
        +12
        We also lacked a Western informant.
      2. poquello
        poquello 7 November 2018 21: 57
        +3
        Pashinyan is walking specifically in the forest, he should have hinted that his status in Armenia would be settled before he said anything at all.
    3. ancestors from Don
      ancestors from Don 7 November 2018 19: 46
      +5
      How seriously can one count on Armenia as a reliable ally of the CSTO? or you can really expect a stab in the back as an entry fee to NATO. Returning to foreign policy, how far-sighted was it to put completely on this republic leaving Azerbaijan aside? for me they are more adequate buyers of Russian weapons, at least honestly pay without loans.
  2. hrych
    hrych 7 November 2018 19: 40
    +15
    Pashinyan wants a lot, gets a little. Interesting news came suddenly. The USA AUG, which crawled to the edge of the Arctic for the first time in many years, is running ahead of schedule from exercises with Norway ahead of time. Let's call the demarche, with a demonstration of strength in our Arctic - a shameful failure. wassat
    1. bouncyhunter
      bouncyhunter 7 November 2018 19: 49
      +9
      Want is not harmful ... wink Ambition is good. But everything has its time and its place in this world. yes
      1. cniza
        cniza 7 November 2018 20: 47
        +3
        It's all complicated, we live in a very "fun" time. Pasha! hi
        1. bouncyhunter
          bouncyhunter 7 November 2018 20: 55
          +7
          That’s for sure, Victor! hi Moreover, this "merry-go-round" really does not represent anything funny, rather the opposite. But does the puppeteers care about the puddle? negative
          1. poquello
            poquello 7 November 2018 22: 15
            +6
            Quote: bouncyhunter
            But does it really bother the puppeteers because of the puddle?

            Hello, let’s get puffed up - to be burst.
            1. bouncyhunter
              bouncyhunter 7 November 2018 22: 18
              +6
              Mutually hi
              Quote: poquello
              Come on wad - to burst.

              According to all the laws of rubber stretching, they should have done this for a long time. Yes, that's all in any way, to my deepest regret ...
    2. poquello
      poquello 7 November 2018 22: 10
      +5
      Quote: hrych
      Pashinyan wants a lot, gets a little. Interesting news came suddenly. The USA AUG, which crawled to the edge of the Arctic for the first time in many years, is running ahead of schedule from exercises with Norway ahead of time. Let's call the demarche, with a demonstration of strength in our Arctic - a shameful failure. wassat

      yes, they lost their galoshes there, the aircraft carrier says "we have anywhere," but the galoshes are a pity, they don't swim well, they get lost
  3. konstantin68
    konstantin68 7 November 2018 19: 41
    +10
    Pashinyan will play out. Well, nothing, the Azerbaijanis will quickly explain to him who is the boss. As long as there was a balance between Azerbaijan + Turkey and Armenia + Russia, the system was in balance. Let him try to remove the RF from his scale. By the way, I think that it is this factor that hinders the development of the "Ukrainian scenario" in Armenia.
  4. Gray brother
    Gray brother 7 November 2018 19: 43
    +3
    And who there seized the department of the police and took hostages? Are the heroes of the evolution? laughing

    I wonder what's with these great guys right now? Did they get the title of Hero of Armenia?
    1. Yujanin
      Yujanin 7 November 2018 20: 40
      +2
      In addition, these terrorists created a party and are running for parliament in Armenia. The well-known Bandera Svitalsky already supported these Nazis. https://www.aravot-ru.am/2018/11/06/289599/
  5. Thunderbolt
    Thunderbolt 7 November 2018 19: 54
    +9
    I consider it a complete game if such an organization is not headed by a Russian general.
    We carry the main burden of organizing cooperation with other allies, sell at domestic prices or transfer weapons. Therefore, the headquarters should be in Moscow.
  6. Lara Croft
    Lara Croft 7 November 2018 19: 56
    +3
    In accordance with paragraph 2 of Article 17 of the CSTO Charter, the Secretary General is appointed by the Council for a period of three years upon recommendation of the Council of Foreign Ministers from among citizens of member states.
    http://www.odkb-csto.org/documents/detail.php?ELEMENT_ID=124
    Early replacement of the chairman in the event of a change (death, illness) is most likely regulated by a separate protocol to this article.
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  8. Berkut24
    Berkut24 7 November 2018 20: 20
    0
    And option number three: consideration of the new Armenian candidacy.

    But this is no longer an option. Until the 20th year, I would have suspended Armenia’s membership in the CSTO.
  9. SS-18 Satan
    SS-18 Satan 7 November 2018 21: 11
    +1
    The CSTO sounds proudly. but there is no pride in these "members". like together, like. but how it comes down to it .. Crimea, AbkhaziaYu.Osetia, now Syria. So what? have you seen the CSTO next to our fighters ?. as always. We are for them, but they are not for us.
    1. Kasym
      Kasym 7 November 2018 22: 09
      +6
      I think we need to look at the state of the armed forces of the CSTO countries. Many are simply "sucked" and apart from the soldiers there is nothing to exhibit - the Kirghiz, Armenians and Tajiks. Minsk has eternal financial problems. The Kazakhstanis have begun rearmament, but so far you can count on one hand what you can put on the battlefield. 8 Su-30SM (they write that some are already laid up due to a lack of spare parts) and several Mi-35Ms (recently 4 Mi-35Ms were seen near Alma-Ata in Pervomaiskiy - they were contracted for this year).
      Unrecognized republics. Here we need to look at the pressure that the West exerts on the EAEU countries. In Kazakhstan, 22 billion were arrested because of a far-fetched pretext. Even VVP had to publicly talk about this pressure. The bases in the Caspian "demanded" - the answer was the signing of the Caspian Treaty by the Caspian five. They do not give loans, although they give excellent ratings for the investment climate (small national debt and state reserves, taxes and infrastructure). They promise all the blessings for breaking off relations with the Russian Federation and the EAEU. They imposed sanctions on Iran, and we are going to test the South-North railway corridor with India, Iran, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan and Russia until the end of the year (a couple of years ago, the RK-Turkmenistan-Iran branch was built). The United States supports the project h / z Afghan and coordinated with the Republic of Kazakhstan and Central Asia, but we have built another one. The United States is against trading in the national currency, but Kazakhstan was the first to start selling oil to China for yuan (although the volumes are still small). The United States is turning up its nose from the Silk Road, but in the Republic of Kazakhstan it was built (it remains to complete the autobahn in the Alma-Ata region), railways operate at full steam (container traffic is increasing almost 2 times every year). So there is a "confrontation". hi
    2. SS-18 Satan
      SS-18 Satan 8 November 2018 19: 28
      +1
      and here comes a surprise)
      "The Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) discussed the idea of ​​inviting Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev to the summit in Astana as a guest," Kommersant was told by two sources who participated in the preparation of the meeting of the Collective Security Council.

      According to Kommersant's interlocutors, this idea was expressed by the President of Kazakhstan, Nursultan Nazarbayev, and supported by some other leaders, including the Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko. Ilham Aliyev, sources say, was ready to visit Astana, but the Armenian side opposed this idea. "
  10. Boris Ivanov
    Boris Ivanov 7 November 2018 21: 16
    +1
    for me .. we should temporarily suspend Armenia’s membership and invite Azerbaijan and Uzbekistan to the CSTO.
    1. Oquzyurd
      Oquzyurd 8 November 2018 00: 48
      +2
      Azerbaijan should return the territories occupied by Armenia with peace or war. After that, Azerbaijan can be not only a member of the CSTO, but it can also be the main donor of this organization along with Russia. Our people expect serious steps from the Russian Federation in resolving the issue of our occupied territories. This is a very It will strengthen the position of the Russian Federation in the Caucasus and in the three Muslim countries of the region as a whole. This is a historic chance in our fleeting time.
      1. Yujanin
        Yujanin 8 November 2018 07: 23
        0
        Azerbaijan with peace or war must return the territories occupied by Armenia.After, Azerbaijan may not only be a member of the CSTO

        Most likely, Azerbaijan will first join the CSTO, and then liberation measures will begin. About how the Turks liberated half of Cyprus, and NATO was unable to intervene due to the fact that both sides were members of NATO. Personally, I foresee such a scenario. For the same reason, today Pashinyan will be refused in Astana so that Armenia would not be able to prevent the entry of Azerbaijan into the CSTO in the future.
        1. Yeraz
          Yeraz 8 November 2018 12: 48
          0
          Quote: Yujanin
          For the same reason, today Pashinyan will be refused in Astana so that Armenia would not be able to prevent the entry of Azerbaijan into the CSTO in the future.

          and how does the post of general secretary affect failure ?? Armenia, how does the country use its veto and that's it.
          Another question they can be put in such a position that they will accept it forcibly and say they’ll pay off for peace, finding Azerbaijan will not allow it to launch an attack and this is another platform for contacts with a view to a peaceful solution.
        2. Oquzyurd
          Oquzyurd 8 November 2018 13: 15
          0
          A dangerous scenario. Our fight is not for 7 districts, but for Khankendi. Armenians hold 7 districts hostage (then they still want to prove that they are not terrorists) for a legal exchange for Khankendi, for NK. If he first joins the CSTO, then maybe we get 5-7 districts, but not NK. All "pro-Azerbaijani" bawkers-political scientists have been trumpeting about this for a long time, like, instilling it into the public consciousness. We could have done without the CSTO, if so. Is it our 30-year struggle for this? for the Russian Federation, or pro-Western Armenia, or Azerbaijan, which is still hoping for Russia. Now, to be honest, it is not Azerbaijan, but the Russian Federation that is facing a difficult question.
  11. Proton
    Proton 7 November 2018 21: 21
    +2
    With such allies and enemies by and large it is not necessary request
  12. Vikmay16
    Vikmay16 7 November 2018 21: 23
    +2
    And about. Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan everywhere wants to put his people with the help of Western partners. It’s clear where the ears grow.
  13. The Siberian barber
    The Siberian barber 7 November 2018 21: 44
    +3
    In connection with the events of the change of power in Armenia, the new government must first ACTUALLY prove its adherence to the principles of the CSTO and the desire to be present in the organization, and only then apply for the "chairmanship"
    Or maybe this controversial moment serves as a pretext for an exit?
    1. Yujanin
      Yujanin 8 November 2018 07: 29
      +1
      Or maybe this controversial moment serves as a pretext for an exit?

      Most likely it will. Let's see what Pashinyan says after the Kazakhstan meeting of the CSTO
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