The Ukrainian crisis has not led to the deterioration of relations between the countries-members of the Organization of collective security Treaty (CSTO), said the Secretary General of the CSTO Nikolay Bordyuzha.
"I didn't feel and don't feel any cooling between States in the framework of the CSTO, on the contrary, all very active, make suggestions," Bordyuzha said at a press conference in MIA " Russia today ".
"in some areas we have different views, but that is the art of international Organizations, in order to find a consensus, as long as we do it," he said.
According to Bordyuzha, " was a case that we did not see the solution of some problems."
The CSTO was established on the basis of the collective security Treaty, signed by fifteen of may 1992, the member countries of the CIS. The members of the CSTO are Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia and Tajikistan. Uzbekistan announced at the end of June 2012, which suspended its participation in the activities of the Organization.
The Ukrainian authorities began in April last year in the Donbass military operation against dissatisfied with the February coup d'etat in the region. According to the OSCE, during the conflict, lost his life more than 5 thousand people, about a million became refugees. On January 9, the intensity of attacks in the region has increased.