March 21, 2023

Amid speculations of war with NATO, this country of Europe instigated Russia, passing a resolution from the Parliament and calling it terrorist

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The lower chamber of the Czech parliament adopted an anti-Russian document
The resolution describes the current Russian regime as a terrorist one.

Moscow, The European country Czech Republic has passed a bill in its lower parliament, declaring the Russian government a terrorist. News agency Tass quoted a Czech news website as saying that the lower house of the Czech parliament has adopted a document, in which they have classified the current Russian government as a “terrorist regime”. The passed document states that in relation to a resolution of the Council of the Parliamentary Assembly of Europe, which describes the current Russian regime as a terrorist.

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