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TOMSK, April 23. /TASS/. Parliamentarians of Russia, the U.S. and Germany will have an informal meeting in Berlin in early May to discuss among others the problems related to terrorism, illegal migration and the Minsk agreements, head of the Federation Council (upper house of Russian parliament) committee on defense and security Viktor Ozerob told TASS on Saturday.
"For me, being under the sanctions of the European countries, and the U.S., and Canada, Australia and Japan for the third year now, the "curtain" will be lifted between May 1 and 3," he said. "I shall go as a member of the Russian delegation of six people - three from the upper house and three from the lower house - to the informal meeting with our counterparts - the U.S. members of the Congress and deputies of the German Bundestag."
The meeting participants will discuss the problems, affecting all the parties: terrorism, distribution of mass destruction weapons, organized crime, illegal migration.
"Plus Ukraine’s south-east, implementation of the Minsk agreements, the bilateral relations between Russia and the U.S.," he said. "It (this meeting) also demonstrates the understanding of necessary discussions with us. I cannot leave it unwelcomed. My position is on any, even most complicated problems, it is necessary to manage speaking, to learn positions of each other.".