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OSCE PA members consider resolution on de-occupation of Crimea and Donbas on July 7-8
21:38, 5 July 2017
OSCE PA members consider resolution on de-occupation of Crimea and Donbas on July 7-8

Gerasimov noted that the Russian side will try to exclude the most points

21:38, 5 July 2017

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The Parliamentary Assembly of OSCE will consider the resolution on 'Strengthening of the mutual confidence and cooperation for peace and prosperity in OSCE region' that summons Russia to abolish the Crimea annexation and stick to the agreements towards Donbas on July 7-8. The leader of the Petro Poroshenko Bloc Artur Gerasimov claimed this at 112 Ukraine airing.

'We cannot talk about the final statements of the resolution yet because only on Friday or Saturday the Parliamentary Assembly will consider it and vote for it and the points of the resolution', he said.

'It will be the lively discussion. We understand that the Russian delegation will try to maximally exclude all terminology and the maximum of the points of the resolution. But thanks to the communication with the members of PA we understand that due to the negotiations of the Ukrainian delegations with other delegations we have the support of the great majority of PA members', he added.

The 26th session of OSCE PA started in Minsk on July 5. The committee on political issues and security of OSCE PA  prepared the consideration of the resolution on 'Strengthening of the mutual confidence and cooperation for peace and prosperity in OSCE region'.

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