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MOSCOW, March 05. /ITAR-TASS/. Delegation from the Supreme Council of Crimea, a local legislature, headed by its Speaker Volodymyr Konstantinov, will visit Moscow on March 6-7, Chairman of the Committee for CIS Affairs, Eurasian Integration and Ties with Compatriots of State Duma lower house of parliament Leonid Slutsky said on Wednesday.
“Delegation from the Supreme Council of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea headed by its Speaker Volodymyr Konstantinov will visit Moscow on March 6-7 under the programof interparliamentary cooperation with Russia,” Slutsky said.
In his words, the speaker of the Crimean legislature is expected to participate in an open floor meeting at the State Duma on March 6. “The full delegation of Crimean lawmakers will also meet members of the Committee for CIS Affairs, Eurasian Integration and Ties with Compatriots at a scheduled meeting to discuss the situation in Ukraine,” Slutsky noted. Crimean lawmakers are expected to meet the State Duma leadership on March 7, he added.
“All issues, including humanitarian, will be discussed” at meetings with Russian lawmakers, Konstantinov said earlier. “An upcoming [tourist] season is alarming for us,” he said.