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The Foreign Ministry assessed the protection of social rights in Europe


MOSCOW, 29 Sep. Under the current conditions, the tasks of developing practical cooperation in the field of social policy should come to the fore in the Council of Europe, said Rinat Alyautdinov, Director of the Department for Humanitarian Cooperation and Human Rights of the Russian Foreign Ministry. According to him, over the 25 years of Russia's membership in the Council of Europe, social policy has been in among the priorities of the Russian Federation in the Council of Europe. The Foreign Ministry accused the Council of Europe of interfering in the affairs of other states “However, advocating a social turnaround of the organization, we believe that it is necessary to take into account the economic and social capabilities of states, the peculiarities of their legislation. Attempts to impose deliberately impossible obligations, to put everyone under strict control will be counterproductive, they will only undermine the prospects for multilateral interaction in this area. We believe that in the current conditions, the tasks of not only protecting and monitoring social rights, but also developing practical cooperation and exchange of experience in the field of social policy should come to the fore, “he said at a roundtable Alyautdinov added that Moscow is in favor of the re-establishment of the steering committee on health care, for the resumption of the practice of conferences of ministers of health and ministers of social cohesion of the member states of the Council of Europe. The Foreign Ministry called France's vaccine restrictions a violation of the provisions of the SEP documents. According to him, the situation with the protection of social rights in the Council of Europe is far from being unambiguous, contradictions are growing between states that are not ready to take on new obligations under the European Social Charter. the procedure of collective complaints is mandatory for all states, “he added. As Alyautdinov said, over the 25 years of Russia's participation in the Council of Europe, much has been done for the development of Russian legislation, the development of state and public institutions. the policy of standardizing non-consensus documents and forcing states to join them, how the interstate character of the Council of Europe is eroded, when various non-governmental experts or organizations feel entitled to dictate their decisions. PACE is “horrified” by reports of the CIA's intention to kill Assange “I would like the European Social Charter system not to slide down this path. The social sphere, especially in the current epidemiological context, should not become a source of new tension. It is necessary to avoid the hasty adoption of non-consensus documents on topical human rights issues, attempts to standardize them. It is necessary to develop such mechanisms and tools that can be used by all countries and do not conflict with their national legislation, “Alyautdinov explained. In May 2009, the State Duma ratified the European Social Charter (revised) from On May 3, 1996, which was signed on behalf of the Russian Federation in Strasbourg on September 14, 2000, the European Social Charter protects the social and economic rights of citizens and establishes a control mechanism designed to guarantee their observance by the participating States. This document, along with the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms, ratified by the Russian Federation on March 30, 1998, constitutes a single mechanism for the protection of human rights and is one of the most important documents of the Council of Europe in the field of ensuring human rights. The UN has prepared a report on “violations of human rights” in Crimea

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