European Parliament Declared Russia State Sponsor Of Terrorism What Both Countries Will Do Next

Russia-Ukraine War: The war between Russia and Ukraine is going on for the last 9 months. This war is not taking the name of ending. In view of this, the European Parliament took a historic step and declared Russia as the ‘State Sponsor of Terrorism’. Since the beginning of the war, demands were being made to declare Russia as a state sponsor of terrorism. It will be interesting to see how the situation changes after this announcement and what will happen next.

The European Parliament says that Russian atrocities against Ukraine and the destruction of civilian infrastructure violate international and humanitarian laws. On Wednesday (23 November) Ukrainian officials welcomed the move. Ukraine says that Russia is a terrorist state. However, the European Parliament’s Russia label is not legally binding. So there will be no immediate legal consequences.

What does the European Parliament have to say?

The President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky also raised this demand from time to time. Ukraine says that Russia has deliberately violated international law by carrying out military attacks on Ukraine’s energy infrastructure, infrastructure, hospitals, schools, shops, shelters and other such civilian targets. All these activities promote terrorism. Along with this, the European Parliament also asked its 27 member countries to follow this decision.

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On the one hand, the European Parliament has declared Russia as a ‘State Sponsor of Terrorism’ and on the other hand, Russia is in the mood for more aggression, which can increase Ukraine’s problems. A report has claimed that Russia has brought back 100 missiles from Belarus. These missiles can be used to wreak havoc in Ukraine. At present, the end of this war is not visible.

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