The deputies of the state Duma of the Russian Federation, who arrived on the first day of the week a visit to Germany, will offer members of the Bundestag to remove the punishment against the Russian Parliament, discussed the situation in the Syrian Arab Republic and the future of the total investment projects, as well as among them " Nord stream ", said Fins news member of the Duma delegation, Head of the state Duma on property issues Sergey Gavrilov (Communist party).
elected officials Gavrilov, Zaur Askenderov and Vladimir Afonsky leave Berlin on the last working day of the week. According to the head of the Duma Department, This is the first trip to Germany of the deputies of the state Duma after a long period of frozen relations. This invitation is an important signal for parliamentarians, taking into account the fact that Germany is a party to the personal and sectoral punishment of the EU against Russian organizations and Residents, has drawn the attention of Gavrilov.
"We will raise the question about what we need to remove punishments from politicians, people's deputies of Russia on trips, for meetings with elected officials and leaders of Germany, - said Gavrilov Last news .- I think we should put the question that, most importantly, Europe and Germany must more decisively to put the issue on the abolition of mutual punishment, because, in our opinion, because of this up our economic relations, trade and joint investment projects."
Gavrilov said that in the near future scheduled meetings with the leadership of the Ministry of Finance of Germany and the Bundestag.
"We would like to discuss issues, exchange views with the positions of the countries' participation in the economy and execution of property obligations, the General support of investment projects, including the " Nord stream ", and so on, - said Gavrilov.- in addition, wherever possible, we will present to our colleagues our vision on the status, as well as among them the situation in the economy, in the Syrian Arab Republic ".
punishment against the Russian delegation to PACE were introduced in April 2014 because of the position of the Russian capital in Ukraine and the annexation of Crimea. The Russian Deputies were deprived of the right to vote, the right to participate in meetings of statutory bodies and monitoring activities. In 2015 the penalties were extended. The head of the PACE Anne Brasseur said that the issue of restoration of credentials of the Russian delegation have the opportunity to be reviewed in January 2016.