The collective agreement was concluded for a period of five years with the possibility of a further extension. In 1999, Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia and Tajikistan signed a protocol for the extension of the Collective Security Treaty, on the basis of which a new composition of the participating countries was established and a five-year automatic treaty renewal procedure was established (Azerbaijan, Georgia and Uzbekistan terminated their accession to the treaty). As part of the implementation of the main guidelines for the development of military cooperation between the OVKS Member States for the period up to 2020, the Russian-Belarusian and Russian-Armenian armed groups (armed forces) established on a bilateral basis and deployed in the collective security regions of Eastern Europe and the Caucasus will be systematically improved. The OVKS Collective Security Strategy for the period up to 2025 established that one of the main factors related to the current challenges and threats to the collective security of OVKS is to achieve strategic objectives by force, including information pressure and the use of information and communication technologies. to have a destructive effect on the socio-political and socio-economic situation, manipulate public consciousness, the use of information and technology in so-called “complex” or “hybrid” technology. Until 2002, the treaty was essentially a regional agreement that played an important role in maintaining close cooperation and understanding in the field of military policy. All teachers` unions are also calling for annual wage increases of about two per cent, but the Ontario government has passed legislation limiting increases for public sector employees to one per cent for three years. Unions and other groups are challenging the legislation in court and say it violates the right to collective bargaining. In accordance with Article 9 of the OVKS Charter, a mechanism for regular political consultations is established in the form of the organization, which examines assessments of the situation in the area of competence of the OVKS, develops common positions and seeks common approaches on current issues on the international agenda and coordinates collective statements. The foreign policy coordination mechanism has been established. Their normative basis is that of Council Regulation (EC) No 1014/2003 of 27 November 2003 on the procedure for the operation of the mechanism for the coordination of the external activities of the Member States of the OVKS. Article 4 of the Treaty provides that “if one of the States Parties is exposed to aggression by a State or group of States, it is an aggression against all States Parties to this Treaty . .