"The committee also condemns the existence of national "blacklists" of parliamentarians whom the states which have drawn them up can refuse visas or entry," Tejera`s reropt reads.
According to the report, "the illegal annexation of Crimea by the Russian Federation and its intervention resulting in a military conflict in eastern Ukraine have generated a climate of distrust against a background of a "war of sanctions."
The Assembly is expected to first hear a report on the issue and then adopt a resolution.
A PACE resolution in April 2014 deprived the Russian delegation of its voting rights, after Crimea became a part of Russia. Russian lawmakers were barred from participating in PACE`s three key bodies — its bureau, presidential committee and standing committee. The 2014 resolution curbing Russia’s rights in the Assembly was prolonged a year later.
Last week, speaker of Russia`s lower house of parliament Sergei Naryshkin said Russia would not participate in the upcoming winter PACE session and would not present its credentials for renewal. The decision also means Russia`s credentials cannot be challenged in the body, which had previously imposed sanctions on the work of the Moscow delegates.