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KIEV, March 19. /ITAR-TASS/. The Ukrainian parliament meets for an extraordinary session on Thursday, March 20, to discuss the situation in Crimea.
According to non-affiliated deputy Anatoly Kinakh, the decision was approved at a session on Wednesday with heads of parliamentary factions and groups, chaired by Speaker Alexander Turchinov, appointed as acting president,
“Documents to be considered at the session on Thursday are being prepared at the moment,” said Kinakh. The session would consider a statement on the situation in Crimea, as well as several social bills among other issues, he said.