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Collective Security Treaty Organization endorsed the decisive actions of Russia in South Ossetia.
Members of the CSTO have given a clear negative actions of Georgia, the Georgian aggression in South Ossetia, supported the active role of Russia, were made to ensure lasting security for South Ossetia and Abkhazia.
Moscow summit ended with the leaders of the CSTO member states. The leaders of the CSTO have given a clear negative assessment of the Georgian aggression in South Ossetia and supported Russia's role in these events. The leaders of the CSTO "concerned about the military build-up and escalation of tensions in the Caucasus region and call upon all States to carefully and objectively, without double standards, the approach to the assessment of the situation, not to take action that could provoke further escalation." "States - members of the Collective Security Treaty Organization is deeply concerned by Georgia's attempt undertaken power solution to the conflict in South Ossetia, which led to numerous casualties among civilians and peacekeepers, and the grave humanitarian consequences." The leaders of the CSTO in the final Declaration of the summit condemned the attempt to force Georgia to resolve the conflict in South Ossetia and called for strict implementation of "Plan of Medvedev-Sarkazi.
The Declaration, adopted at the Summit, CSTO calls on NATO "to weigh all possible consequences of expanding the alliance to the east and the deployment of new missile defense facilities at the borders of the countries participating organizations."
CSTO also advocates the need to prevent the spread of missiles, medium-and short-range ground-based. The countries of the Collective Security Treaty Organization in the final Declaration recognized Iran's right to develop peaceful nuclear energy. CSTO leaders agreed to streamline the military-technical cooperation. "If the organization will evolve in this direction, it will be a strong organization, which really helps to maintain the national security of all its Member States."
On the issue of recognition of South Ossetia and Abkhazia, the CSTO countries will be determined individually, based on common principles and norms of international law.
independence of South Ossetia and Abkhazia recognized by the State of Nicaragua, which declared President Daniel Ortega Saavedra. This State was the first after Russia, reshivshimsya to do so. Indirectly supported the independence of South Ossetia and Abkhazia, the leader of Venezuela Hugo Chavez.