Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan will become CIS co-chairmen in 2024, CIS Secretary General Sergey Lebedev said during an enlarged meeting of CIS heads of state in Bishkek, Trend reports.
He emphasized that during the meeting, the heads of state also traditionally exchanged views on the issues of interaction within the CIS in a trusting and frank atmosphere.
“As honored Sadyr Japarov said, the issue of the CIS chairmanship was considered. The heads of delegations unanimously decided on the chairmanship of the Commonwealth in 2024, which will pass to the Russian Federation, and the co-chairmanship will be held by Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan. It was also decided to hold the next meeting of the Council of Heads of State on October 8, 2024, in Moscow,” Lebedev added.
The CIS Heads of State Council meetings were held today in the Kyrgyz capital in narrow and enlarged compositions.
Source: Trend News Agency