Russian President Vladimir Putin (center) annexed four Ukrainian states including Donetsk on September 30, and the Russian Constitutional Court ruled today that "the annexation is in line with the Russian constitution."

(Associated Press)

[Instant News/Comprehensive Report] Russian President Vladimir Putin announced on September 30 that four Ukrainian states would be forcibly incorporated into Russia, claiming that this was "the choice of the local people", and the Russian Constitutional Court today (2) Japan also endorsed the move, arguing that the move "complies with the Russian constitution."

"AFP" reported that according to the judgment document published by Russia's Constitutional Court on the Internet, the Russian Constitutional Court ruled that there is a case against Donetsk, Lugansk, Kherson and Zara. The document that Zaporizhzhia became part of Russia, the court "considered ... in conformity with the Constitution of the Russian Federation."

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According to Wikipedia, the Russian Constitutional Court is a high court under the Russian judicial system. It is responsible for reviewing executive orders issued by the president or laws enacted by the Congress to determine whether they conform to the norms of the Russian Constitution. The Constitutional Court has the power to declare executive orders that violate the constitution and The law is invalid.