The Speaker of the Federation Council reviews the Second Eurasian Women’s Forum

The Speaker of the Federation Council held a meeting with the President of the Senate of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.

Matviyenko said that she delivered a letter from the President of Russia to the North Korean leader.

Members of the Federation Council Committee on International Affairs met with a Republican Senator.

The Speaker of the Federation Council met with the President of the House of Councillors of the Japanese Diet.

MP reads a message of greetings to the organisers, participants and guests of the event from Federation Council Speaker

The Federation Council Speaker has met with collegium members of the House of Peoples and the House of Representatives of the Parliamentary Assembly of Bosnia and Herzegovina

The Speaker of the Federation Council of the Federal Assembly made a speech in the Parliamentary Assembly of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bilateral cooperation and international issues were discussed.

The speakers of Russian and Israeli parliaments, Valentina Matviyenko and Yuli-Yoel Edelstein, held a videoconference on the release of the film Sobibor.

The parties agreed to continue high-level strategic parliamentary dialogue provided for by the Memorandum on Cooperation signed in Moscow in February 2017, Konstantin Kosachev said.

Russian and French MPs presented a report in Paris on the current state and prospects of the two countries’ relations.

Federation Council Speaker Valentina Matviyenko proposed instructing the Federation Council Committee on International Affairs to draft a White Book on violations of international law, human rights and freedom of expression in Ukraine.

Valentina Matvienko suggested considering a proposal to the UN and other international organisations that memorials to those who fought against Nazism be recognised as a World War Two Global Memorial and a register of such monuments be compiled.

The meeting was held as part of the Chairperson of the Council of the Federation official visit to Serbia/

Several documents were adopted at the International Parliamentary Forum in St. Petersburg

Russian legislators met with members of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe