Vladimir Dzhabarov

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The discussion focused on issues related to resuming the dialogue between civic organisations and parliaments of the two countries.

Senators took part in the IPA CIS permanent commissions during the IPA spring session.

The senators summed up the results of their participation in the winter session of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly.

The lawmakers took part in the Third Counter-Terrorism Coordination Meeting of Parliamentary Assemblies and the Parliamentary Policy Dialogue on Border Security and Cross-Border Cooperation in the Context of Counter-Terrorism.

Russian and Turkmen parliamentarians held a roundtable discussion on the direction and priorities of inter-parliamentary cooperation.

A news conference with Andrey Klimov and Vladimir Dzhabarov.

The sides discussed bilateral relations.

First Deputy Chair of the Federation Council Committee on Foreign Affairs Vladimir Dzhabarov delivered a report on the subject.

During the discussion, Vladimir Dzhabarov and Grigory Karasin spoke about the infringement of Russian and Russian-speaking citizens’ rights, as well as the consolidation of a positive unifying agenda across the OSCE landscape, and the rejection of confrontational bloc-based approaches and aggressive rhetoric.

Russian senators are taking part in the work of the 19th winter session of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly in Vienna.

At the same time, Senator Dzhabarov noted that the OSCE kept up its hostile political rhetoric with regard to the Russian Federation.

First Deputy Chair of the Federation Council Committee on Foreign Affairs Vladimir Dzhabarov led a delegation of Russian senators at the summer session of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly.

Parliamentary groups on cooperation between the Federation Council and the Senate of the Argentine Republic held a videoconference.

The Senator commented on the meetings with his colleagues from the National Assembly of the Republic of Armenia.

During their meetings, members of parliament discussed various matters, including Kiev’s refusal to allow Russian observers to monitor the upcoming elections and the situation of the Russian-speaking population in the Baltic states and Ukraine.

Federation Council Speaker Valentina Matvienko proposed instructing the Federation Council Committee on International Affairs to draft a White Book on violations of international law, human rights and freedom of expression in Ukraine.