The NATO Parliamentary Assembly recognised Russia’s crimes against Ukraine as genocide
The NATO Parliamentary Assembly recognized the crimes of the Russian Federation against Ukraine as genocide and the terrorist regime in the Russian Federation as ruscism.
Yehor Chernev, head of the Ukrainian delegation to the NATO PA, announced that, as Ukrinform reports.
“The NATO Parliamentary Assembly recognised Russia’s crimes against Ukraine as genocide, and the terrorist regime in the Russian Federation as ruscism. Unanimously,” the MP wrote on his Facebook page.
According to him, the NATO PA also called on the governments of the member countries to openly announce at the summit in Vilnius that Ukraine will become a member of the Alliance and to agree on the following specific steps for Ukraine’s accession to NATO.
“This is our diplomatic victory. All our key requests regarding the final text of the declaration have been taken into account,” the politician is convinced.
At the same time, the People’s Deputy of Ukraine, Oleksii Honcharenko, reminds that the Verkhovna Rada has already officially recognised ruscism as the state ideology of Russia.
“It is very important to promote this idea at the international level. Because ruscism is not just a policy of the Putin regime, all Russia is imbued with it,” he emphasised.