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MOSCOW, November 20. /ITAR-TASS/. President Vladimir Putin said he did not rule out a possibility to create a Eurasian Union parliament in the future.
Chairman of the Russian Party of Pensioners for Justice Igor Zotov has put forth an initiative to create an interstate parliament.
“I’ve held talks with several parties of Belarus, Kazakhstan and Armenia and they are ready to sign an agreement of intent,” Zotov said.
Putin said he considered the decision right. “It should be discussed with the partners of the Eurasian Union, which is planning to be created in 2015,” the Russian president said.
“We’re upholding an idea of creating an inter-parliamentary structure. We should agree with our partners. There are different views. Some believe that we’ve not reached this stage,” Putin said.