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PACE reporters on RF-Georgia file will arrive in Moscow today2010-04-19 11:00
Reporters of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe on the Russian-Georgian file Matias Yorsh (Hungary) and David Wilshire (Great Britain) will arrive in Moscow today with a two-day visit.gt-en-newsitem-inside
They are expected to meet with Head of RF MFA Sergey Lavrov, deputies of the State Duma and members of the Federation Council, members of Investigation Committee of the RF Prosecutor's Office, RF Security Council, and Human Rights Commissioner to RF Vladimir Lukin.
"The basic purpose of the tour is the preparation of another report on the realization of the resolutions of the Assembly, "Consequences of the war between Georgian and Russia in August 2008", which is going to be considered during the April session", - First Vice Chairman of the Duma Committee for International Affairs Leonid Slutskiy told ITAR-TASS.
According to the deputy, the Russian party is getting ready "to give as comprehensive answers as possible to their questions so as to avoid any destructive approaches". Leonid Slutskiy reminded that the discussion of the report on the tour has already been scheduled for PACE spring session which will be opened on April 26 in Strasbourg.
He says that the text of the resolution may again comprise a demand to Moscow concerning the cancellation of the recognition of Abkhazia and South Ossetia's sovereignty. In this connection, deputy head of the delegation has stated that during the meetings with the PACE officials "the Russian parliamentarians will again stress the absolute unacceptability of the demand made by the Assembly".