Archive - 4/10/2015


Sun, 04/10/2015 - 15:21

Speaker of the Parliament of South Ossetia took part in the IV International Parliamentary Forum

Speaker of the Parliament of South Ossetia Anatoly Bibilov has taken part in the IV International Parliamentary Forum, held October 1 in Moscow.
According to the press service of the Parliament, the forum was dedicated to "The role of parliaments in ensuring international security in modern conditions."
"Opening the forum, the Chairman of the State Duma Sergei Naryshkin said that "parliamentary forums should be as much as possible, and Russian deputies will support such initiatives. Russia has been and will advocate for the concept of a Greater Europe, for partnership stretching from Lisbon to Vladivostok. Parliamentary diplomacy is also obliged to play its role in this."

In the course of the forum was also discussed the situation in the modern world around the migration relations, the reasons for its growth as a result of armed conflicts, the challenges facing states, and cooperation of the parliaments in matters of migration policy. According to the Chairman of the Parliament of South Ossetia Anatoly Bibilov, the parliamentary system is not only an important instrument for state-building, but the main mode of functioning of democracy.

"Just as within states, the rule of law and democracy must be ensured in the international arena. Therefore, this is the most important task of parliamentarians in the near future."

Bibilov has stressed that the forcible implanting of one sample democracy may provoke a conflict in any region.
"The West claims to be a unipolar world order, we can see how it turns out, there is a blatant interference in the internal affairs of sovereign states, the unilateral assuming of the right to uncontrolled use of force anywhere in the world. Entire regions are destroyed, increasing terrorist threat, followed by streams of refugees. If lawlessness becomes commonplace in the international practice, the world will be embroiled in a large-scale war."
The forum was attended by more than 200 participants, including representatives from 42 countries and nine international organizations - leaders and members of parliaments, representatives of the expert community of the CIS countries, European countries, Asia, Africa and Latin America.