Parliamentary Assembly

recognized Russia as a terrorist state and called for the creation of a special international tribunal to punish Russian war criminals.  

This was announced by the head of the permanent delegation of Ukraine in the Parliamentary Assembly Yehor Chernev.

According to him, the decision was adopted unanimously, after which the resolution will be sent to the governments and parliaments of all NATO member countries.

"All 30 NATO countries supported the proposals of our delegation. Such a tribunal will make it possible to convict not only the direct perpetrators of war crimes, but also the top leadership of the Russian Federation. The resolution will be sent to the governments and parliaments of all NATO member countries," he emphasized.

It is also noted that the document contains a number of important decisions for Ukraine - increasing the supply of weapons to Ukraine, developing specific steps regarding Ukraine's accession to NATO, creating a mechanism for collecting reparations from the Russian Federation for damages caused to Ukraine.

The resolution also enshrines the principle that NATO will support Ukraine "as much as necessary."

"The adoption of this resolution is an important political step that reflects the mood in Western parliamentary circles, and therefore influences the leadership of countries in decision-making. It is also very pleasing that the Ukrainian position, such as the creation of a tribunal, the payment of reparations, or the recognition of Russia as a state- terrorist, is gradually becoming mainstream on the highest international platforms," ​​Chernev summarized.

We will remind you that the

Czech Republic is the third in Europe to recognize Russia as a terrorist country.

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