Yesterday’s NATO Parliamentary Assembly session accepted a resolution stating that an international military tribunal should be created to investigate the Russian aggression in Ukraine. Hungary took part in the session.
The Assembly recognised Russia as a ‘terrorist state’ in the document, according to lawmaker Yehor Cherniev, head of Ukraine’s permanent delegation to the NATO PA. All the 30 member states backed the resolution, including Hungary and Turkey. The organisation will send the document to all member state parliaments and governments. Furthermore, all members agreed that the arms deliveries should be accelerated to Ukraine, mfor.hu wrote.
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