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Topic - Nikolai Bordyuzha
"I believe that today Afghanistan on its own is unable to resist the threats existing there now," Nikolai Bordyuzha, secretary-general of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) pact, told a news conference in the Tajik capital.
"To pull out troops now means to doom Afghanistan to colossal problems and create a threat to the entire [Central Asian] region," he said.