PACE will consider a draft resolution on the situation in Eastern Ukraine and occupied Crimea

At the session of the parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe will discuss a draft resolution on the situation in the East of Ukraine and in Crimea, which was previously approved by the Committee on migration.

This was reported by the Committee, writes UKRINFORM.

“More than 4 million people in need of humanitarian assistance in armed conflict has killed more than 10 thousand people, number of people affected during the war, exceeded 24 thousand. In addition, more than 1.6 million people internally displaced, and almost half a million people seeking refuge in other countries, most of them in the Russian Federation”, – stated in the document.

The project calls for the member States of the Council of Europe to make all efforts to end the conflict in Eastern Ukraine to the Russian Federation – to stop funding militants “D/LNB”.

Recall that on 14 December in Paris will be a meeting of the PACE presidential Committee. Winter session of PACE held in Strasbourg from 22 to 26 January 2018.

Earlier it was reported that the parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe can raise the issue of lifting sanctions against Russia and restoration of participation of the Russian delegation to the Assembly. The initiators of the proposal were Italy and the Netherlands.

See also:

PACE refused to discuss the return of Russia to the Assembly, – Aryev

However, the majority of PACE delegates oppose the return of the Russian delegation. The corresponding decree has been signed by representatives of 16 countries, in particular heads of delegation.

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