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MOSCOW, August 1 /TASS/. The French delegation at the Parliamentary Assembly of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) will continue pushing for the lifting of the anti-Russian sanctions, Michel Voisin, the head of the French delegation at the OSCE PA, told a news conference at TASS on Monday.
He had recently visited Crimea together with a delegation of French deputies.
"In my capacity as the head of the French delegation to the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly, I would like to emphasize that it is important to go and see the situation on the spot. I believe that then people will have nothing to hide," he said.
Voisin promised to seek sanctions relief for Russia at the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly. "We will continue to demand that all OSCE PA members could visit the territories of all member states," he stressed.