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MOCOW, April 11. /TASS/. Ukraine has refused to take part in the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly session on the settlement of frozen conflicts, deputy head of the Russian delegation at the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly Nikolay Kovalev said on Monday.
According to Kovalev, OSCE Parliamentary Assembly President Ilkka Kanerva emphasized the importance of the ssession, due to be held in Germany.
In Kanerva's words, 14 states will take part in the session on "the experience of the settlement of frozen conflicts."
"Unfortunately, Ukraine refused to participate," he said.
Last November Ukraine also refused to take part in the similar OSCE Parliamentary Assembly session one day before the event.