With U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara headed to Albany next month to address the Conference of Mayors, Assembly Minority Leader Brian Kolb isn’t giving up on his own invitation.

Kolb, the Republican leader in the Assembly, earlier this month invited Bharara to the Capitol to address lawmakers on ethics and corruption — a move that comes after the prosecutor secured convictions of the top legislative leaders in the Senate and Assembly last year.

Bharara’s office told Kolb, however, the invitation was declined, given he didn’t want to appear at a partisan event in Albany.

No matter for Kolb: He’s now urging his fellow conference leaders — Senate Majority Leader John Flanagan, Senate Minority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins, Independent Democratic Conference Leader Jeff Klein and Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie — to offer a bipartisan invitation to Bharara.

“We have each publicly stated that Albany is in need of reform,” Kolb wrote in a letter dated Thursday. “This is an opportunity to show we have learned from the past, we are serious about bringing change to the Capitol, and we are committed to restoring the public trust.”

Bharara is scheduled to speak before NYCOM’s winter legislative meeting on Feb. 8 at the Albany Hilton.

Letter to the Leaders (3) by Nick Reisman