Kremlin: PACE's work incomplete without Russia

Kremlin: PACE's work incomplete without Russia
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  • calendar-gray 02 March 2021

The Kremlin believes that the operation of organizations like the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) is incomplete without Russia, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Tuesday, APA reports citing Urdupoint.

"But I would like to say in general that any existence and the work of such bodies [like PACE] without Russia will be surely incomplete, therefore, in addition to our interest, there should be objectively the interest of all other participating countries in this interaction," Peskov told reporters.

The spokesman also said that the Kremlin does not think it is necessary to sever ties with PACE and calls for cooperation instead.

"Of course, we need to continue working with our counterparts, including within the framework of PACE, to work until they themselves make interaction impossible and give up this interaction," Peskov said.

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