The Seimas of Lithuania recognized Russia as a state “supporting and carrying out terrorism.” This was reported by RIA Novosti on May 10, citing a statement by the Lithuanian parliament.
“The Russian Federation, whose armed forces deliberately and systematically select civilian targets for bombing, is a state that supports and carries out terrorism,” the Seimas resolution states.
All 128 members of the Seimas of Lithuania voted for the adoption of the resolution. The document notes that Lithuania considers Russia’s actions in Ukraine “genocide of the Ukrainian people” and calls on the international community to create a special international criminal tribunal “to investigate and evaluate Russia’s aggression.”
The Lithuanian Seimas believes that the tribunal should have the authority to issue international arrest warrants, and the immunity of the head of state, officials should not be limited by immunity.
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