Georgian capital Tbilisi will host the annual session of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly for the first time on July 1-5. 700 delegates from 57 countries will take part in this event.
According to “Ukrinform”, the members will discuss the issues of global migration, economic cooperation and security challenges in the field of human rights.
“The OSCE Secretary General, Foreign Minister of Germany, the delegation of the US Congress, the heads of parliaments of the countries will attend the large-scale event”, reads the message.
The members also plan to adopt the "Tbilisi Declaration" during the session. The Speaker of the Georgian Parliament David Usupashvili, who signed the memorandum of the meeting with the OSCE Secretary General Roberto Montella, called the event "the most important political and international event for the 25-year history of Georgia".