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The Organization shall co-operate in its activity with the states which are not the members of the Organization, keep in touch with the international intergovernmental organizations operating in the sphere of security. The treaty was designed to encourage and facilitate security cooperation among its signatories: The Member States shall take joint measures to achieve the purposes of the Organization to form thereunder the efficient system of collective security providing collective protection in case of menace to safety, stability, territorial integrity and sovereignty and exercise of the right to collective defence, including creation of coalition collective forces of the Organization, regional united groups of armies forces , peacekeeping forces, united systems and the bodies governing them, military infrastructure. Any disputes concerning interpretation and application of provisions of this Charter shall be settled by consultations and negotiations between the interested Member States. Article 16 1 Permanent Council shall be the coordinating body of the Organization dealing with cooperation within the framework of the Organization during the period between the sessions of the Council and providing implementation of the resolutions adopted by the Council, CMFA, CMD and CSSC together with permanent working bodies of the Organization. The Treaty aims to prevent bloodshed and application of force for solving problems both inside the country and on the borders with other states. A compendium of Stratfor videos, maps, infographics and interactive content.
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The Collective Security Treaty Organization is an intergovernmental military alliance that was signed on 15 May In , six post-Soviet states belonging. According to the Protocol the Treaty is automatically renewed every five years. On October 7, the Charter of the Collective Security Treaty Organization and.
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The Member States shall adopt a resolution on placement in their territories of groups of armies forces , objects of military infrastructure of the states which are not members of the Organization after carrying out of urgent consultations coordination with other Member States. The Member States shall co-ordinate and unite their efforts at struggle with international terrorism and extremism, illicit trafficking of drugs and psychotropic substances, weapon, organized transnational crime, illegal migration and other menaces to safety of the Member States.
The Member States shall take measures to creation and getting function within the framework of the Organization of the system of response to crisis situations menacing to safety, stability, territorial integrity and sovereignty of the Member States. The Member States shall co-operate in the spheres of protection of state frontiers, exchange of information, information security, protection of the population and territories from emergency situations of natural and technogenic character, as well as from the dangers arising when maintaining or owing to the hostilities.
The Member States shall carry out their activity in these directions, including in close cooperation with all the interested states and international organizations with UN dominating. The Member States shall approve and co-ordinate their foreign policy positions on the international and regional security problems, using, in particular, consulting mechanisms and procedures of the Organization.
The Member States shall take measures for development of the conventional and legal base regulating functioning of the collective security system, and for harmonization of the national legislation concerning defence, military construction and safety. The Body of inter-parliamentary cooperation shall be the Parliamentary Assembly of the Organization.
Functions and operating procedures of the bodies specified above shall be regulated by this Charter, as well as other regulatory legal acts of the Organization. When voting, any Member State shall have one vote. The voting procedure including on the procedural issues shall be regulated by the Rules of the Procedure of the Organization Bodies approved by the Council. The Council shall be entitled to adopt resolutions in a limited format provided that neither of the Member States objects to such a procedure of a resolution adoption.
The resolution in a limited format may be adopted unless any of the Member States object to such a resolution. The Member State which has not voted for the resolution adoption in a limited format shall not be liable for the consequences of the resolution adopted. The Council shall be entitled to create working and subsidiary bodies of the Organization on a constant or temporary basis.
Its rights and duties shall be reserved thereby for the period until the next regular session of the Council. CMFA shall be the advisory and executive body of the Organization for the issues of coordination of the Member States interaction in the field of foreign policy. CMD shall be the advisory and executive body of the Organization for the issues of coordination of the Member States interaction in the field of military policy, military construction and military and technical cooperation.
CSSC shall be the advisory and executive body of the Organization for the issues of coordination of the Member States interaction in the field ensuring of their national security. Permanent Council shall be the coordinating body of the Organization dealing with cooperation within the framework of the Organization during the period between the sessions of the Council and providing implementation of the resolutions adopted by the Council, CMFA, CMD and CSSC together with permanent working bodies of the Organization.
The Permanent Council shall consist of the permanent representatives appointed by the heads of the Member States according to their interstate procedures and function in accordance with the Provision approved by the Council. The Secretary General shall manage the Secretariat, as well as perform coordination of activity of permanent working bodies of the Organization. The Secretary General shall coordinate development and approval of the draft documents submitted for consideration of the Organization bodies, represent the Organization before other states which are not the members thereof, international organizations, mass media and shall carry out working contacts with them.
The Secretary General shall be depositary in respect of this Charter, other international treaties concluded within the framework of the Organization and the accepted documents.
Secretariat shall carry out organizational, information, analytical and consultative support of activity of the Organization bodies. Secretariat with Permanent Council shall prepare draft resolutions and other documents of the Organization bodies.
Secretariat shall be formed of the number of citizens of the Member States on a quota basis officials in proportion to contributions of the Member States to the budget of the Organization and citizens of the Member States employed on a competitive basis under a contract employees. Functions, procedure for formation and work of the Secretariat shall be defined by the relevant Provision approved by the Council. The location of the Secretariat shall be Moscow, the Russian Federation. Conditions of stay of the Secretariat in the territory of the Russian Federation shall be regulated on the basis of the relevant international treaty.
The Joint Staff shall be formed of the military servants of the Member States on a quota basis in proportion to contributions of the Member States to the budget of the Organization and citizens of the Member States employed on a competitive basis under a contract. Tasks,functions, structure, membership and organizational principles of the Joint Staff shall be defined by the relevant Provision approved by the Council.
Conditions of stay of the Joint Staff in the territory of the Russian Federation shall be regulated on the basis of the relevant international treaty. Any state sharing the goals and principles of the Organization and being ready to undertake the obligations containing in this Charter and other international treaties and resolutions effective within the framework of the Organization may become a member of the Organization. Any Member State shall be entitled to withdraw from the Organization. After settlement of its obligations within the framework of the Organization such a State shall send to the depositary of the Charter the formal notice on the withdrawal not later than in six months prior to the date of withdrawal.
The procedure for admittance to and withdrawal from the Organization shall be defined by the relevant Provision approved by the Council. In case of a Member State failure to fulfil the provisions of this Charter, resolutions of the Council and the resolutions of other bodies of the Organization adopted for execution of the former, the Council may suspend its participation in the activity of the Organization bodies.
Resolutions on the issues concerning such a Member State shall be accepted without counting its vote. The procedure for suspension of participation of the Member State in the activity of the Organization bodies or its exclusion from the Organization shall be determined by the relevant Provision approved by the Council.
The status of the observer of the Organization may be provided to the state which is not the member of the Organization, as well as to the international organization according to the official written request addressed to the Secretary General. The resolution on provision, suspension or cancellation of the observer status shall be adopted by the Council. Participation of the observers in the sessions and meetings of Organization bodies shall be regulated by the Rules of Procedure of the Organization bodies.
The Organization shall use the legal capacity necessary for implementation of its goals and tasks in the territory of each Member State. The organization may cooperate with the states which are not its members, keep in touch with the international intergovernmental organizations operating in the sphere of security, conclude international treaties with them focused at establishment and development of such cooperation.
Privileges and immunities of the Organization shall be defined by the relevant international treaty.
The activity of permanent working bodies of the Organization shall be financed at the expense of the Organization budget funds.