International rejection and condemnation of Russia’s annexation of four regions of Ukraine continues


Russia’s Constitutional Court today admitted to processing Russian President Vladimir Putin’s request after signing annexation treaties on Friday with four Ukrainian regions, Donetsk, Lugansk, Yerzon and Zaporizhzhya.

Euskaraz irakurri: Nazioartearen gaitzespena, Errusiak Ukrainako lau eskualde anexionatzeagatik

UK, Denmark, Portugal and Turkey have also joined the international rejection and condemnation for the annexation of four regions of Ukraine, announced yesterday by Russiaand have supported the territorial integrity of Ukraine.

British Prime Minister Liz Truss and her Danish counterpart Mette Fredriksen confirmed their countries’ support for Ukraine on Saturday in London against Russia’s “despicable actions,” a Downing Street spokesman said.

The United States and the European Union already condemned the annexation yesterdayand announced new sanctions in response.

The President of Ukraine, Volodimir Zelensky, announced that: will formally request the country’s accession to NATOassuming it is already “de facto” part of an Alliance that is theoretically obliged to act as a blockade against any form of aggression against a member state.

Russia, for its part, this Friday exercised its right to veto to stop in the Security Council de UN a resolution that aimed to condemn the referendums organized in the four Ukrainian regions and their annexation by Moscow.

In addition, the Russian Constitutional Court admitted today that the request of Russian President Vladimir Putin has been processed, following the signing on Friday of the annexation treaties of the four Ukrainian regions, Donetsk, Lugansk, Jerzon and Zaporizhia.

The court confirmed on its website today that it will study the constitutionality of the four petitions filed by the Kremlin head in the early hours of Saturday.

Putin is following the same steps he took when Russia annexed the Ukrainian peninsula of Crimea in 2014, which also held a referendum and joined the Russian Federation after an express integration process.

Arrest of Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant Director

Ukraine’s state energy company, Energoatom, has accused the Russian military of arresting the currently missing director of the Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant, Ihor Murashov.

Energoatom director Petro Kotin has said on his Facebook page that Mursahov was intercepted Friday afternoon by a Russian army patrol while en route to the factory in his private vehicle.

“The car was intercepted, (Murashov) was forcibly detained, blindfolded and at the moment there is no information about his whereabouts or fate,” he explained.

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Source: EITB


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