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STRASBOURG, February 03, 7:53 /ITAR-TASS/. A plenary session of the Europarliament (EP) opens here on Monday. The EP members are to sum up the results of the Russia-European Union 32nd summit, held in January, and discuss the situation in Ukraine.
"The parliamentarians, with the participation of the European Commissionan and the European Council, will hold a debate Wednesday on the political crisis in Ukraine and the latest EU-Russia summit," an EP press service official told ltar-Tass, recalling that a parliamentary delegation visited Kiev on Jan 28-29. "The parliament will pass a resolution on the two subjects a day before the opening of the Olympic Games in Sochi".
Those present at the EP session are expected to raise the question of application of sanctions with regard to Ukrainian officials. However, whether such proposals are included in a draft resolution on Ukraine is unknown so far.