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COLLECTIVE SECURITY TREATY

dated May 15, 1992

(as amended by the Protocol on amendments to the Collective Security Treaty of May 15, 1992, signed on December 10, 2010)

Member States being the parties to this Treaty, hereinafter referred to as the “Member States”,

being guided by declarations on the sovereignty of the Independent States,

taking into account creation by the Member States of own Armed forces,

taking coordinated measures in the interests of collective security provision,

recognizing the necessity of strict implementation of the signed treaties concerning reduction of armaments, Armed forces and trust strengthening,

have agreed as follows:

Article 1

The Member States shall confirm the obligation to abstain from use of force or threat by force in the interstate relations. They shall undertake to settle all disagreements among themselves and other states by peaceful means.

The Member States shall not enter military alliances or take part in any groups of the states, as well as in the actions against other Member State.

In case of creation in Europe and Asia of a collective security system and conclusion for this purpose of treaties for collective security to what the negotiating parties will steadily aspire, the Member States will immediately start consultations with each other for the purpose of making necessary amendments to this Treaty.

Article 2

The Member States shall consult with each other on all important issues of the international security affecting their interests, and coordinate positions on these issues.

In case of menace to safety, stability, territorial integrity and sovereignty of one or several Member States or menace to international peace and safety of the Member States shall immediately launch the mechanism of joint consultations for the purpose of their positions coordination, develop and take measures for assistance to such Member States for the purpose of elimination of the arisen menace.

(the paragraph is as amended by the Protocol on amendments to the Collective Security Treaty of May 15, 1992, signed on December 10, 2010).

Article 3

The Member States shall form the Council for Collective Security consisting of the heads of the Member States.

(the article is as amended by the Protocol on amendments to the Collective Security Treaty of May 15, 1992, signed on December 10, 2010).

Article 4

If one of the Member States undergoes aggression (armed attack menacing to safety, stability, territorial integrity and sovereignty), it will be considered by the Member States as aggression (armed attack menacing to safety, stability, territorial integrity and sovereignty) to all the Member States of this Treaty.

In case of aggression commission (armed attack menacing to safety, stability, territorial integrity and sovereignty) to any of the Member States, all the other Member States at request of this Member State shall immediately provide the latter with the necessary help, including military one, as well as provide support by the means at their disposal in accordance with the right to collective defence pursuant to article 51 of the UN Charter.

The Member States shall immediately inform the United Nations Security Council on the measures taken on the basis of this article. When implementing these measures, the Member States shall adhere to the relevant provisions of the UN Charter.

(the article is as amended by the Protocol on amendments to the Collective Security Treaty of May 15, 1992, signed on December 10, 2010).

Article 5

Coordination and ensuring of joint activity of the Member States according to this Treaty shall be provided by the Council for Collective Security of the Member States and the bodies created by the Council.

(the article is as amended by the Protocol on amendments to the Collective Security Treaty of May 15, 1992, signed on December 10, 2010).

Article 6

Resolution on use of forces and means of collective security system according to articles 2 and 4 of this Treaty shall be adopted by the heads of the Member States.

Use of forces and means of the collective security system outside of the territory of the Member States may be carried out only in the interests of the international security according to the UN Charter and the laws of the Member States being parties hereto.

(the article is as amended by the Protocol on amendments to the Collective Security Treaty of May 15, 1992, signed on December 10, 2010).

Article 7

Placement and functioning of objects of the collective security system in the territory of the Member States shall regulated by special agreements.

Article 8

This Treaty shall not affect the rights and obligations under other existing bilateral and multilateral treaties and the agreements concluded by the Member States with other states, and is not intended against the third countries.

This Treaty shall not affect the right of the Member States to individual and collective defence against aggression according to the United Nations Charter.

The Member States shall undertake not to conclude international treaties incompatible with this Treaty.

Article 9

Any questions which may arise between the Member States concerning interpretation or application of any provision of this Treaty shall be settled jointly, in the spirit of friendship, mutual respect and understanding.

Amendments hereto may be made at the initiative of one or several Member States and adopted on the basis of the mutual consent.

Article 10

This Treaty shall be open for accession of all interested states sharing its goals and principles.

Article 11

This Treaty is concluded for five years with following prolongation.

Any of the Member States shall have the right to withdraw from this Treaty if it informs other members on its intention not later than six months prior to withdrawal and fulfils all the obligations following the withdrawal from this Treaty.

This Treaty shall be subject to ratification by each state which has signed it according to its constitutional procedures. Instruments of ratification shall be transferred for storage to the Secretary General of Council for Collective Security (of the Collective Security Treaty Organization), hereby appointed as the depositary.

(the paragraph is as amended by the Protocol on amendments to the Collective Security Treaty of May 15, 1992, signed on December 10, 2010).

This Treaty shall take effect immediately after delivery of the instruments of ratification to storage by the Member States which have signed it.


В данном контексте речь идет о протоколе о внесении изменений в Договор, являющемся самостоятельным международным договором. Не лучше ли использовать “Protocol”?

Речь идет о международных договорах между государствами. Не лучше ли “treaties”?

См. выше.




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