Russia and the former Soviet republics, members of the Collective Security Treaty Organization, meeting in Tajikistan on September 15 and 16, have taken coordinated action for the first time. The numerous American biological laboratories installed on their territories or on their borders would have activities anything but peaceful.
“The Collective Security Treaty Organization has declared war on American biological laboratories”, title of the russian site Octagon Media.
On September 15, in Dushanbe, capital of Tajikistan, at the end of the first day of the summit of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CTSC), a regional politico-military forum created in 2002 by Armenia, Belarus, the Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia and Tajikistan, the secretaries of national security of member countries have taken a landmark decision: to create, at the initiative of Moscow, a Coordination Council dedicated to biological security issues.
For experts, “This decision has been brewing for a long time and represents a decisive step in countering the threats coming from the United States”. If the situation “Is not catastrophic, it is more than worrying: the American laboratories with a military vocation [financés notamment par le Pentagone, comme les programmes de recherche conjoints américano-kazakhs au Centre scientifique kazakh d’infections Masgout Aïkimbaev, à Alma-Ata] abound at the borders of Russia ”. Two of them are on CSTO territories, namely in Armenia and Kazakhstan, criticizes the site.
“The main objective of these establishments is to analyze the prospects for