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23-th session of the Asia-Pacific Parliamentary Forum: to a multipolar world without the US

The 23 session of the Asia-Pacific Parliamentary Forum was held. The session was held in the capital of Ecuador and united more than 20 countries of the APR. A delegation of the Federation Council led by Speaker Valentina Matvienko took part in the forum from Russia.

According to Igor Morozov, member of the Federation Council's international committee, the key proposal in the draft resolution of the Russian delegation is the need to form a multipolar world, and this document almost completely coincides with the document contributed by Australia.

At the same time, Gabriela Rivadeneira, the chairman of the Ecuadorian National Assembly, in her opening remarks stressed that no country in the world is able to solve the problems that have arisen in the world, so instead of the existing hegemonic one-sided model, an alternative multipolar model of the world's development is needed.

Confirmed this thesis and Yasuhiro Nakasone, Japanese political and statesman.

At the same time, US parliamentarians did not participate in the ATPF session. Ignored the US this forum is not the first time, as, indeed, and other sites, for example, the meeting of the Inter-Parliamentary Union.

As Konstantin Kosachev, the head of the international committee of the Council of Federation, believes, this situation develops because, "That they are uncomfortable here, they have to reckon with the opinion of other countries, with the opinion of other delegations, and they simply are not used to it."

The final resolution of the 23 session of the Asia-Pacific Parliamentary Forum may reflect the idea of ​​the need to form a multipolar world.

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