The Committee on Foreign Affairs of the Czech Parliament adopted a resolution on recognizing the Russian regime as a terrorist. This was reported by the Czech publication "Českej noviny".
Today, in a resolution, the parliamentary committee on foreign affairs called the current Russian regime terrorist. In particular, he condemned the large-scale attacks on the peaceful Ukrainian population and key infrastructure. It also does not recognize the results of the so-called referendums on the annexation of the four occupied regions in the east of Ukraine. 12 out of 14 People's Deputies voted for the resolution.
They said that the government and energy infrastructure of much of Ukraine was the main target of the latest wave of attacks, and dozens of civilians were the victims. According to the lawmakers, the attacks cause restrictions or interruptions in the supply of energy, water or heat in several regions and threaten the civilian population.
In the resolution, the Committee also notes that Russia denies the Ukrainian people the right to their own identity and independent existence. According to the people's deputies, the actions of the Russian troops and other armed formations created with the support of the Russian authorities have the characteristics of war crimes and crimes against humanity, and those guilty of them should be punished.