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MOSCOW, March 02, /ITAR-TASS/. A delegation from Russia’s Public Chamber will go to Ukraine’s autonomous republic of Crimea on March 3 to monitor the situation in that republic, a spokesman for the Russian Public Chamber told Itar-Tass on Sunday.
“Members of the Public Chamber leave for Sevastopol on March 3 to carry out public monitoring of the situation in Crimea,” the spokesman said.
The delegation will include deputy secretary of the Russian Public Chamber Vladislav Grib, deputy head of the Public Chamber’s inter-commission group on international affairs Sergei Markov and member of the Public Chamber Georgy Fedorov.