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Nikolay Bordyuzha, Secretary General of CSTO

1948 - born in Oryol
1972 - graduates, Perm Command-Engineering School
1975 - serves in KGB
1976 - Commissioner, Senior Commissioner, Department Deputy Head Army Counter-Intelligence, KGB
1989 - Head, Staff Administration Department, KGB
1991 - Deputy Head of Staff Directorate, Federal Government Communications and Information Agency
1992 - Deputy Commander, Border Troops of the Russian Federation
1995 - Deputy Director, Federal Border Guards Service of The Russian Federation
1998 - Director, Federal Border Guards Service of the Russian Federation
1998 - Head, Presidential Administration of The Russian Federation
1998 - Secretary, Security Council of the Russian Federation
1999 - Chairman, State Customs Committee of the Russian Federation
1999 - Russian Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary To Denmark
2001 - Professor, Academy of Problems of Security, Defense, Law and Order
2003 - Secretary General, Collective Security Treaty Organisation

Today we are talking about the Eurasian co-operation. The members of the Collective Security Treaty Organisation signed an agreement with the Shanghai Co-operation Organisation during the last summit in the Tajik capital, Dushanbe. Does this agreement mean that we're witnessing the creation of a major Eurasian alliance, not unlike the NATO? To answer this question, our guest today is Secretary General of CSTO Nikolay Bordyuzha.