Minsk is gearing up for the 26th session of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly. The day before, speaker of the Belarusian parliament Vladimir Andreichenko reported to the President on preparations for the event. The session will start on July 5th. The opening ceremony will be attended by the head of state Alexander Lukashenko. About 700 delegates will discuss international security issues. Among the key topics are the problems of terrorism, cybercrime, combating human trafficking and migration issues. Belarus is also preparing its resolution on combating drug trafficking. It will be the first time our country will host a political event of this magnitude. The Minsk Declaration is to be signed following the session.