Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko has gone on a working trip to Kazakhstan where he will take part in a session of the Collective Security Council of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO). The heads of state of the CSTO participating countries will hold an expanded-participation session and a meeting in reduced format. The agenda will include issues of international and regional security, coordination of foreign policy of the CSTO member states, the organization’s current and projected activities, including personnel matters, organizational and financial issues. The summit will conclude with signing of about 20 international documents, including a political declaration and a statement on coordinated measures against participants of armed conflicts.