Czech parliament declares Russia’s regime terrorist

The lower chamber of Czechia’s parliament has adopted a resolution labelling the current regime in Russia “terrorist”, says the parliament’s website.

A total of 129 out of the 156 MPs voted in favour of the resolution, and only 14 voted against it, all of the opposition Freedom and Direct Democracy party.

The MPs condemned large-scale attacks on the Ukrainian civilian population and key energy infrastructure. They also stressed out they did not recognise the results of the referendums on annexation of the four Ukrainian regions.

The parliaments of Latvia, Estonia and Poland adopted similar resolutions earlier, joined by PACE who declared Russia a country with a terrorist regime.

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