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Participants in Black Sea Economic Cooperation forum to discuss partnership with European parliament

The strengthening of partner relations between the Parliamentary Assembly of Black Sea Economic Cooperation and the European parliament will be discussed by the participants in the 20th session of the Assembly on November 27-28 in Athens. RIA Novosti was told at the press service of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Russia-Belarus Union (PSS), whose representatives will take part in the Athens session, that it will also consider the main economic, legal, ecological, trade and social problems of the Black Sea region.

The PSS points to the following most interesting reports of the forthcoming session: "The Black Sea Trade and Development Bank: Financial Aspect of Cooperation In the Black Sea Region," "Social Re-Integration of the Unemployed," and "Revision of Charter Documents of the Parliamentary Assembly of Black Sea Economic Cooperation." As of today, the Assembly includes: Azerbaijan, Albania, Armenia, Bulgaria, Greece, Georgia, Moldova, Romania, Russia, Turkey and Ukraine.