Estonian Parliament declared Russia a terrorist regime
On October 18, 2022, the Estonian Parliament — Riigikogu — adopted a statement in which it condemned the annexation of the territories of Ukraine and declared Russia a terrorist regime.
The document was supported by 88 votes — there were no “against” or “abstention” votes.
“Riigikogu declares Russia a terrorist regime and the Russian Federation a country that supports terrorism, whose actions we must confront together,” the Statement reads.
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