Belgian parliament registered resolution on abolition of EU sanctions against Russia
After parliamentary vacations hearing on resolution will take place in the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the House of Representatives
The resolution on the abolition of the EU sanctions against Russia registered in Belgian parliament. The corresponding document was published on the site of the office.
"In the text of proposed resolution the federal government is asked to propose the European Union to lift sanctions against Russia", - stated in the description.
According to the "TASS" with reference to the author of the draft resolution MP Aldo Carcassi, immediately after the parliamentary vacations the hearing on the resolution will take place in the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the House of Representatives.
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