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24 June 2022, 19:27

CSTO countries discuss development of secret information protection systems in Minsk

MOSCOW, 24 June (BelTA) – A working meeting of heads of cryptographic services of the armed forces of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) member states took place in Minsk on 21-24 June. It was organized as part of the plan for the joint training of CSTO collective security forces and assets in 2022, which had been approved by resolutions of the CSTO Defense Ministers Council and the Committee of Secretaries of Security Councils of the Collective Security Treaty Organization member states, BelTA learned from Press Secretary of the CSTO Joint Staff Vladislav Shchegrikovich.

Participants of the meeting heard out a report from Chief of the State Secret Protection Department of the Troops (Collective Forces) Deployment and Training Planning Center of the CSTO Joint Staff, Colonel Sergei Voloshin. The report covered the development of secret information and secure communication protection systems in the course of interaction between the CSTO Joint Staff and general staffs of the CSTO armies and the command units of the CSTO coalition forces. Participants of the meeting signed a protocol as a result.

Chiefs of the central bodies of the cryptographic services of the armies of Belarus, Armenia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, and Tajikistan took part in the meeting. Representatives of the State Secret Protection Department of the Troops (Collective Forces) Deployment and Training Planning Center of the CSTO Joint Staff took part in the meeting, too.

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