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MOSCOW, March 17. /ITAR-TASS/. Crimea’s representation at the Russian State Duma will be regulated by a bilateral agreement, head of the United Russia faction, Speaker Vladimir Vasilyev told reporters on Monday.
“Crimea’s representation at the State Duma will be regulated by a bilateral agreement,” he said. “The regulation will be stipulated by the agreement to be ratified.”
Vasilyev’s deputy Sergei Zheleznyak added that “the document will fix all the issues on synchronization of state authorities and representation.” Besides, “it will fix transition provisions.”
Zheleznyak is convinced the State Duma “will make an optimal decision not only on the representation at the State Duma, but also at the Federation Council and at executive bodies of the power."