More than 40 official delegations from almost all African states, as well as leading experts will take part in the Conference. They plan to discuss with their Russian colleagues topical issues of the international parliamentary agenda.
The following round table discussions will be held within the framework of the events of the Conference:
Parliamentary Support of Scientific and Educational Cooperation
Legislative Response to Economic Challenges
Indivisible Security: Capabilities and Contributions of Parliaments
Neocolonialism of the West: How to Prevent the Repetition of History.
On March 19, there will be held a business breakfast with participation of the parliamentary delegations of African states and Russian business representatives.
On March 20, there will be held a plenary session of the International Parliamentary Conference entitled “Russia-Africa in the multipolar world” at the State Duma (the Pillar Hall of the House of the Unions).
The Conference will be held just few months before the Second Russia-Africa Summit, which is planned to be held on July 2023 in Saint Petersburg.
The first International Parliamentary Conference “Russia-Africa” was held in Moscow in 2019.