DUSHANBE, August 10, Asia-Plus - The second two-day session of the Collective Security Treaty Organization’s (CSTO) interstate commission for military economic cooperation opened in the Kyrgyz capital city of Bishkek today.

According to information from the Ministry of Defense (MoD), experts from the CSTO member nations re considering issues related to working out draft decisions on providing the CSTO member nations with legal documents for carrying out joint works in the process of military-economic cooperation.   

The session is also aiming to consider issues related to the necessity of making joint decisions on preservation of specialization of a number of enterprises and organizations within the CSTO member countries participating in production of military products.  

“Participants at the meeting also will consider proposals and recommendations on joint workout of legal-technical documentation in the field of creation, exploitation, repairing and utilization of military products,” the Asia-Plus interlocutor said.