Publish dateTuesday 22 November 2022 - 13:41
Story Code : 261303
NATO called Russia a terrorist
The Parliamentary Assembly of the NATO alliance has called Russia a terrorist state. This forum also demanded to investigate Moscow's attack on Kiev in a special international court.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA): The head of the permanent delegation of Ukraine to the NATO Parliamentary Assembly announced in a statement that this assembly passed a resolution calling for the establishment of a special international court for the attack at its annual meeting in Madrid on Monday (November 21). Russia has visited Ukraine and identified Russia as a "terrorist state".
According to CNBC, Yehor Chernov, head of Ukraine's permanent delegation to the NATO Parliamentary Assembly, said in a statement: All 30 NATO countries supported the proposals presented by our delegation.
He claimed: The formation of this court will enable the trial of not only the direct perpetrators of war crimes, but also the senior leaders of the Russian Federation.
Chernov said that the resolution includes proposals to further intensify arms shipments to Ukraine, plan further steps for Ukraine's accession to NATO, and form a compensation collection mechanism, and will be sent to all NATO member states.
He added: The approval of this resolution is an important political step that reflects the spirit of the western parliamentary circles and therefore affects the decisions of the leaders of the countries.
Despite all the weapons and other aid that the Westerners have sent to Kiev and intensified the war in this country, at the annual meeting of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly in Madrid, the allied countries in the NATO alliance and the European Union strengthened their commitment to military support and they announced long-term stable finance from Ukraine.
Earlier on October 13, 2022 the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe also unanimously approved a resolution in which it labeled the Russian Federation a "terrorist state" in a similar action.
Some parliaments of European countries, including the Polish Senate and the lower house of the Czech Republic, had decided to call Russia a terrorist in line with hostility towards Moscow.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky once again asked the West to agree to his country joining NATO and the European Union.
In a video conference speech at the meeting of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly in Madrid, Spain, he added: I ask you to support our request for membership in the European Union and NATO.
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