Moscow traditionally maintains close contacts with foreign legislative and representative bodies of power, both regional and state, cooperates actively with the subjects of the Russian Federation, capitals and large cities. Such cooperation is focused on exchange of experience in addressing the urgent problems of city management and improvement of the life quality of inhabitants.
Apart from legislative bodies the Duma actively cooperates with other bodies and organizations: trade-unions of Austria, Spain and Belgium; youth organization of Germany; Committee for State Control of Mongolia; audit of Beijing; Audit Chamber of Berlin; European Lawyers’ Union; Union of Journalists of Korea; societies of friendship with Russia in Slovenia and France; student and sport organizations of Belgium, Sweden, USA.
For many years the Moscow City Duma cooperates actively with such international organizations as UNESCO, Delphian Council, Ebert and Seidel Foundations of Germany and others. The inter-parliamentary activities of the Moscow City Duma vividly prove stability of relationships both with foreign and Russian partners.
Sofia City Duma, Standing Committee of the City Assembly of People’s Representatives of Beijing; Tallinn City Assembly; Council of Brussels Capital Region; Seoul Capital Council; Landtag of Vienna; Riga Duma; Krakow Rada; Donetsk City Council; Bishkek City Kenesh of Deputies; Florence Community Administration; Khural of People’s Representatives of Ulan-Bator; Kiev City Council; Beirut Municipal Council; Landtag of Bavaria; Supreme Council of the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic; People’s Council of Hanoi; Senate of the California State; Berlin Chamber of deputies; bodies of representative and executive power of the Lugansk Region; Buenos Aires City Legislature, Regional Council оf Tuscany, Minsk City Council.
State Council of the Tatarstan Republic; Tyumen Region Duma; Ivanovo City Duma and Shuya City Duma; Legislative Assembly of Saint-Petersburg; Legislative Assembly of the Ulianovsk Region; Legislative Assembly of the Kaluga Region; Tula Regional Duma; State Council of the Chechen Republic; Legislative Assembly of the Krasnodar Area; Legislative Assembly of the Leningrad Region; Ekaterinburg City Duma; Legislative Assembly of the Vologda Region; Primorie Area Duma; People’s Assembly of the Ingush Republic; Tyumen City Duma; Legislative Assembly of the Rostov Region; State Assembly of the Bashkortostan Republic; Ivanovo Region Duma; Legislative Assembly of the Omsk Region; State Assembly – El Kurultai of the Altai Republic; State Assembly (Il Tumen) of the Republic of Saha (Yakutia); Legislative Assembly of the Amur Region; People’s Hural of the Republic of Buryatia; Legislative Assembly of the Perm Area; Chelyabinsk City Duma; Parliament of the Kabardino-Balkarian Republic; Legislative Assembly of the Republic of Karelia; Legislative Duma of the Tomsk Region; City Assembly of Sochi; Supreme Hural (Parliament) of the Tyva Republic; State Council of the Udmurtian Republic; Duma of the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Area – Yugra; Legislative Assembly of the Vladimir Region, Legislative Assembly of the Tver region, Kaliningrad Regional Duma, Belgorod Regional Duma, Legislative Assembly of the city of Sevastopol, Yaroslavl Regional Duma, Duma of the Astrakhan region, Tambov Regional Duma, State Council оf the Republic оf Crimea - Parliament the Republic оf Crimea.
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