The Kyrgyz military will not take part in the CSTO Rubizh-2022 joint exercises in Tajikistan. As reported by Ukrinform, this was reported by Radio Azattyk . “Previously, we planned to participate in the joint CSTO military exercises “Rubizh-2022″. But now we have decided to refuse. This is the position of Kyrgyzstan ,” the country’s Ministry of Defense said. A few days ago, it was reported that a contingent of the CSTO countries will take part in the joint exercises “Rubizh-2022” in Tajikistan, which will involve military units of the countries of the Central Asian region. The total number of participants is about 1,000 people and more than 300 units of military equipment, including airplanes, helicopters and UAVs. Read also: Armenia may leave the CSTO – Prime Minister The Collective Security Treaty Organization, created in 1992, includes Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia and Tajikistan. As reported by Ukrinform , Kyrgyzstan decided to cancel CSTO training on its territory. The exercise called “Indestructible Brotherhood-2022” was supposed to take place on the territory of Kyrgyzstan in October 2022.