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Ukraine: Polish lawmakers recognise Russia as terrorist state

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Polish lawmakers have voted on a decision declaring Russia a terrorist state over its warfare in Ukraine.

The decision, which passed off on Wednesday, handed with 85 votes, including that it strongly condemns Russian aggression.

Recall the Russian Federation, below Vladimir Putin, had invaded Ukraine on February 14 this 12 months, resulting in a raging warfare that has claimed lots of of lives and world financial affect.

Early this month, Putin had additionally introduced annexation of 4 areas of Ukraine into Russia. An act that many world leaders have condemned.

However, Polish lawmakers have referred to as on all international locations that assist peace, democracy and human rights to acknowledge the authorities of the Russian Federation as a terrorist regime.

The lawmakers, whereas passing the decision, outlined accounts of torture, pressured deportations, homicide of civilians and intentional strikes on civilian areas to again their calls to characterize Russia as a state sponsor of terrorism.

“We know all these acts of state terrorism well from the history books,” a press release hooked up to the decision mentioned.

Ukraine: Polish lawmakers recognise Russia as terrorist state

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Author: Francis Ugwu

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