MINSK, October 4 (Itar-Tass) -- More than 35 issues are put on the draft agenda of the autumn session of the Belarussian parliament which opens on Monday. "During the session deputies intend to discuss 35 documents, including 17 international agreements. Later on, another 25 new bills and over 20 international documents are expected to be added to the agenda," deputy chairman of the commission on state building, local self-government and regulations Gennady Gritskevich said.
In particular, deputies are ready to ratify an agreement with Poland on border movement rules, an agreement with Turkey on military and military-technical cooperation, an agreement with Latvia and Russia on determining a junction of state borders and an agreement with China on mutual protection of classified information. Besides, parliamentarians are to ratify several protocols within the framework of the Customs Union and a protocol on the creation of a common insurance market of EurAsEC states.
Besides, at the autumn session deputies intend, in particular, introduce amendments in the Economic and Civil Legal Codes, adopt a bill on recommenced sources of energy and amend the law on state allowances for families with children. "The agenda of the autumn session will be saturated and require serious intensive work of deputies," Gennady Gritskevich said.