“None of the member states of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (Russian: ODKB), that is, allies of Russia and Belarus, want to make a decision to participate in “peacekeeping operations” abroad; no one intends to act against Ukraine” – reported on Facebook on Wednesday Military Intelligence Ukrainian (HUR).

“To date, all members of the ODKB have remained neutral towards Russian aggression. None of these countries has recognized the annexation of Crimea or the so-called “people’s republics” in eastern Ukraine.”

– HUR reported.

According to Ukrainian intelligence The only scenario in which the KDP countries will consider “deploying their limited national teams in Russia or Belarus” would be an official statement from Moscow or Minsk about Kyiv’s aggression.

“On April 15, the Minister of Defense of Kazakhstan, Ruslan Zakselikov, announced that his country had not received an investigation into sending troops to the territory of Ukraine. He emphasized that the issue of participation in the armed conflict in Ukraine is not. It was considered during the last meeting of the PKK Military Committee. “.

– Added in HUR version.

ODKB is a collective security system and military alliance established in 2002 on the basis of the Tashkent Treaty signed ten years ago. Currently, the organization’s members are: Russia, Belarus, Armenia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan. Last year’s maneuvers of the ODKB forces, periodically carried out under the name “Unbreakable Brothers”, were used to practice the scenario of the participation of allied forces in “peacekeeping operations”.

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Source: PAP, niezalezna.pl