"A meeting of the subcommittee on the policy of relations between Russia and other European Council member states will take place in the French capital," Slutsky said.
He said that the discussion at the forthcoming meeting will focus on cooperation between Russia and Europe, adding that the participants might also discuss cooperation on the ceasefire regime in eastern Ukraine.
He said that the possible revised version of the roadmap on the normalization of the relations between Moscow and Strasbourg could be presented to the Bureau of the Assembly. Slutsky added that the upcoming PACE meeting in January will not be discussed.
In April 2014, PACE suspended the voting rights of the Russian delegation, following Crimea's reunification with Russia in March. On January 12, the Speaker of Russia's lower house of parliament, Sergei Naryskin, said he would participate in the PACE winter session on January 26-30, as the rights of each delegation are renewed annually.
On Monday, media reports suggested that the Dutch delegation had prepared a draft resolution, which prohibited Russia's voting rights until 2016, but a PACE staff member told Sputnik that the assembly had no information pertaining to the matter.