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The OSCE PA adopted a resolution recognizing russia's actions as genocide against the Ukrainian people 07/01/2024 09:34:52. Total views 411. Views today — 0.


The Parliamentary Assembly of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE PA) adopted a resolution recognizing russia's actions as genocide against the Ukrainian people and the necessity of decolonizing russia. This was reported by a member of the parliamentary delegation, Pavlo Frolov, on Telegram.

"On the opening day of the summer session in Bucharest, the OSCE PA adopted a resolution condemning the 10-year armed aggression of russia against Ukraine, recognizing the actions of the military-political leadership of russia and its armed forces during the full-scale invasion as genocide against the Ukrainian people", - the statement said.

Frolov emphasized that the resolution identifies the decolonization of russia as a "necessary precondition for establishing lasting peace".

"The resolution specifically calls for the establishment of a Special Tribunal to hold russia accountable for crimes committed during the aggressive war against Ukraine, and to conduct investigations at both international and national levels into the mass atrocities, murders, and rapes", - he noted.

The OSCE PA session will continue until July 3.