The assassination attempt on presidential candidate Paruyr Hayrikyan cannot destabilize the situation in Armenia, Secretary General of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) Nikolay Bordyuzha said during the Moscow-Astana-Yerevan-Kiev-Minsk space bridge. He is assured that the law-enforcement bodies will investigate the situation and will find the guilty soon.
“The campaign situation strongly differs from that in other countries with its correctness and constructiveness. I hope this will be maintained,” the CSTO Secretary General said.
Summing up the results of CSTO activity in 2012, Bordyuzha noted that the main objective of his recent visit to Yerevan was the reinforcement of cooperation between the military production companies of Armenia and Russia.
Touching upon the issue of the Armenian-Turkish border, Nikolay Bordyuzha said: “The CSTO tries not to intervene in sensitive questions like the Armenian-Turkish relations. To solve the issue, it’s necessary to possess the whole information, including the concrete situation at the border.”
In general, Boryuzha is satisfied with the results of activity of the CSTO in 2012. According to him, the Organization steadily developed, reaching the solution of a number of serious problems, especially in ensuring the comprehensive security of the member states.