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TASHKENT, November 13, 12:03 /ITAR-TASS/. Russian Federation Council speaker Valentina Matviyenko said on Wednesday a discussion on the creation of a Eurasian parliament is irrelevant at the moment.
“I believe that today it is untimely to speak about the creation of a Eurasian parliament,” she told reporters after talks with the speaker of the lower house of Uzbek parliament, Diloram Tashmukhamedova.
“Let’s do our utmost for the Eurasian Economic Union to enter into force as of January 1, 2015,” she said, adding that after this the union’s members would discuss “in what form and in what format” its parliamentary dimension would be.
“This is the agenda not for today, but for tomorrow,” Matviyenko said.