The 26th session of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly was the most large-scale in the history of the organization, as stated by OSCE PA Secretary General Roberto Montella. The meetings of parliamentarians representing 60 countries finished in Minsk yesterday. The session resulted in the adoption of a Minsk declaration. The document contains recommendations for the governments of the OSCE countries and tens of resolutions, including Belarus’ initiative on countering new psychoactive substances. One of the resolutions put forward by the delegates — the notorious document on the situation in Eastern Europe — has not made it to the final Minsk declaration. According to Roberto Montella, the OSCE PA session in Minsk was very productive.