Special operation Afghan breakdown-2011 to be prepared in Central Asia
Special operation Afghan breakdown-2011 is being prepared in Central Asia, Independent Military overview reports, 24.kg reported.
The publication reports about it on the results of delegations meeting from 11 countries of the CIS border guards as well as representatives of the Executive Committee and the Anti-Terrorist Centre of the Commonwealth, EuroAsian Economic Community, Shanghai Cooperation Organization Regional Anti-Terrorist Structure and Central Asian Regional Information and Coordination Centre on fight against illicit traffic of narcotic drugs, psychotropic substances and their precursors held in the capital of Turkmenistan - Ashgabat.
According to the chairman of coordinating the service of the Council of the CIS Border Troops Commanders Alexander Manilow, behind closed doors the sides discussed a range of measures to be taken into account of the possible occurrence of crisis situations at the external borders of the Commonwealth. The border guards do not exclude activation of armed gangs and terrorist groups in Central Asia. "Destructive forces are nourished by huge financial flows from various special services and international organizations. Their goals are stirring up the political situation in any particular country, destabilized the entire region," said the expert.
According to him, the second problem of the region is drug traffic, the third - dispatch of weapon and ammunition across the borders of Central Asian.
As noted, "the creation of a coordination and situational center of Council of Commanders of Border Troops let" cut off the channels. "We have determined with the place of dislocation; it is the territory of Kyrgyzstan. It depends on the capacities and of the host and development of the situation in the region in what city it will be. The main thing is that all concerned parties have a fundamental position to create it," said Alexander Manilov.
He also noted that commanders spoke in the narrow circle about international humanitarian action in Osh region in Kyrgyzstan and the Mountain-Badakhshan autonomous province in Tajikistan. "The essence of the action is that the border agencies of the CIS in the territories of two countries will carry out a range of activities. First of all, it is material and technical aid to our colleagues in the Central Asian region. In addition, various creative groups' shows are planned at border units. The objectives of the action are to raise the image of the borders, to establish close links with the population," said the expert.