MOSCOW, 3 November (BelTA) – State Secretary of the Security Council of Belarus Aleksandr Volfovich met with colleagues from the CIS states on the sidelines of the 10th meeting of secretaries of security councils of the Commonwealth of Independent States in Moscow on 3 November, BelTA has learned.
Aleksandr Volfovich said he had met with Secretary of Russia's Security Council Nikolai Patrushev. Matters concerning the security of the Union State of Belarus and Russia and a number of other things were raised during the meeting.
Aleksandr Volfovich said he had met with Uzbek colleagues and a number of other heads of security councils of the CIS states. Matters of mutual interest concerning security and aimed at bilateral cooperation, development of mechanisms, sharing of opinions were discussed.
Participants of the meeting of the secretaries of the CIS security councils discussed relevant matters of international and regional security, including the development of the situation in the post-Soviet space in light of Russia's special military operation in Ukraine. The counteraction of destructive activities of foreign non-governmental organizations, the glorification of fascism and the falsification of history in the CIS states were discussed. Problems of ensuring nuclear security and the non-proliferation of nuclear weapons were also mentioned.