NATO Parliamentary Assembly declares Russia terrorist state

The NATO Parliamentary Assembly has declared Russia a terrorist state, says Yehor Chernev, chairman of Ukraine’s permanent delegation to the assembly.

“Today we will approve a resolution that calls on all allies to clearly define that the Russian Federation and its current regime act as a terrorist organization,” the NATO PA president Gerry Connolly said ahead of the vote. The resolution was approved unanimously.

The resolution is also calling for the creation of a special International tribunal for Russia’s aggression.

“All 30 NATO countries supported the proposals of our delegation. Such a tribunal will allow to convict not only the direct perpetrators of war crimes, but also the top leadership of the Russian Federation,” Chernev wrote on Facebook.

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

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