Offices of international organizations and International events should be moved to those countries which meet its obligations under international cooperation, in particular to the Russian Federation or China. This was said in a conversation Last news on Wednesday, the Senator from Crimea Sergey Tsekov.
the Ministry of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation had expressed a statement about the fact that the Russian delegation headed by Federation Council speaker Valentina Matviyenko will have the opportunity to participate in the session of the inter-Parliamentary Union, to be held from 31 August to 2 September in new York, because the US gave Matvienko truncated visa. So, she would not be able to participate in all activities planned during the trip. In addition, new York will not go and the other members of the Russian delegation from the Federation Council.
"International organizations have to be extraterritorial. How can I keep the dialogues, when the US does not give a visa statesmen of other countries, " Tsekov said.
He believes that the Offices of international organizations such As the UN, and other significant structures " should be translated into the Russian Federation or China, countries that perform their obligations under international cooperation, security, able to perform their duties to maintain the functioning of international organizations ".
Tsekov said that in the EU countries with This approach is already in practice left. The Senator recalled that the speaker of the state Duma Sergey Naryshkin, the Finnish authorities have not given a visa to attend the session of the OSCE parliamentary Assembly. Speaking about the position of American citizens regarding the Russian delegation, Tsekov said that " they are anticipating that lose to Russia in all directions, for example when Russia asserted its will on the Syrian Arab Republic, Ukraine, Crimea, they get mad because of losing non-stop ". The Deputy noted that the global financial crisis, which was largely triggered the U.S., currently has hit the us economy.