MOSCOW - Agence France-Presse

President Dmitry Medvedev said Friday that leaders of six ex-Soviet states attending a summit in Moscow had unanimously supported Russia over last month's military intervention in Georgia. "The position of the CSTO heads of state on Georgian aggression against South Ossetia were in solidarity" with Russia, Medvedev said after a meeting of the Moscow-dominated bloc known as the Collective Security Treaty Organisation. "The member states are deeply concerned by Georgia's attempt to solve the conflict in South Ossetia by violent means which led to numerous deaths among civilians and peacekeepers," he said.