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The status of the debates on the detention of Russian blogger Alexey Navalny in the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe has been moved down from urgent to current affairs, and no resolutions will be taken on the outcomes of the debates, head of the Russian delegation to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) and Russian State Duma Deputy Speaker Pyotr Tolstoy said. reports that this was reported by Russian media.

"During today’s session of the PACE Bureau, during which we discussed the agenda of the upcoming January session of the Parliamentary Assembly in Strasbourg, the first step was taken towards normal dialogue: we have managed to move the debates on the detention of the "Berlin patient" in Russia from urgent matters to current matters," the MP said.

2021.01.22 / 19:53
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