The Russian army is at war with peaceful Ukrainians: the Czech Republic recognized Putin's regime as terrorist
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The resolution was supported by 129 out of 156 deputies present. The actions of the occupiers in Ukraine lead to restrictions or interruptions in the supply of electricity, water or heat, endangering the civilian population, the document says.
The Czech Parliament recalled the shelling and deployment of Russian military units in the area of the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant.
“Direct or indirect threats to use nuclear weapons, as well as false and unsubstantiated accusations of Ukraine of planning the use of weapons of mass destruction represent a dangerous escalation and threat European security,” the deputies said.
Czech politicians supported the idea of creating a special tribunal to investigate the crimes of the aggressor in Ukraine. The International Criminal Court is obliged to punish the perpetrators of war crimes, they noted.
Back to news | The representative of the Socialists, Jiří Kobza, is dissatisfied with the financial and military support of Ukraine, writes the Czech portal iROZHLAS.
The SDP did not want to discuss this issue at all, and party leader Tomio Okamura has long demanded that the Czech Republic negotiate gas supplies directly with Russia, Idnes adds. Okamura criticizes government assistance to refugees from Ukraine.
Christian Democratic Union MP Jiří Horak disagreed with continued support for Ukraine, but compared the actions of the Russian regime to Nazi Germany.
Vice Speaker of the Chamber deputies Olga Rikhterova recalled the deportation of Ukrainians, including children, to Russia, comparing it with the practice of Stalin's times.
“Vladimir Putin and his leadership unleashed a war, they have the blood of thousands of civilians on their hands. The Kremlin's practices remind the darkest times of Stalinism,” Richterova said.
Thanks to the efforts of Ukrainian power engineers who worked all night to restore the power system, most subscribers got electricity in their apartments.
The European People's Party Group in The European Parliament has previously called for Russia to be recognized as a terrorist country. The Presidents of Russia and Belarus Alexander Lukashenko and Vladimir Putin, according to MEPs, should be declared war criminals.