Source Pravda.Ru

Russian State Duma Invites Defence And Foreign Ministers And Foreign Intelligence Service Head To Speak In Duma

Discussing the plenary meeting agenda Wednesday, the Russian State Duma Deputies unanimously voted for inviting the defence and foreign ministers and the head of the foreign intelligence service to speak in the lower house Thursday. Sergei Reshulsky /the Communist faction/ made this proposal explaining that three resolutions were to be considered in the State Duma Thursday. The first one deals with the Russian-Georgian relations, the second -with the military bases in Uzbekistan, and the third - with the US air strikes at Afghanistan. According to Reshulsky, heads of the Russian power ministries should participate in the discussion of the above-mentioned resolutions. The State Duma deputies supported this proposal.

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