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Czech Republic adopted resolution to recognize regime in Russia as terrorist nation

WorldRussiaCzech Republic adopted resolution to recognize regime in Russia as terrorist nation
The Czech Republic, a small nation in Europe, has adopted a resolution, which recognizes the regime in Russia as a terrorist nation. The Czech Republic or the Czechia become the third nation after Estonia and Poland to adopt such a resolution.
The following information has been shared by Tpyxa news via Twitter, which added that, “The Czech Republic or Czechia adopted a resolution recognizing the regime in Russia as a terrorist nation.
Furthermore, it added that, “The Czech Republic is the third nation (previously Estonia and Poland) to adopt such a resolution.”
Alongside, one of the other Twitter user, Anna added that, “On May 11, 2022, Czech Senate recognized Russia’s actions in Ukraine as genocide. Today Czechia adopted a resolution recognizing the regime in Russia as a terrorist state.”
At the same time, a veteran of Ukraine’s democratic and civil society renaissance, Michael MacKay, added that, “the Czech Republic is the fifth country to recognize #RussiaIsATerroristState The Latvian parliament, the Saeima, declared the Russian regime to be a terrorist regime in August. The Lithuanian parliament, the Seimas, declared Russia to be a terrorist state in May.”
Earlier on October 18, 2022, the Parliament of Estonia has declared Russia as a terrorist nation.
Whereas, the Senate of Poland, on October 26, 2022, has adopted a resolution declaring the Russian Federation as a terrorist state and calling on the international community to favour the International Criminal Court in calling for a probe on people, who are responsible for the war crimes in Ukraine.

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