On November 23, the European Parliament adopted a resolution recognizing Russia as a state sponsor of terrorism. MEP Andrius Kubilius explained that this decision will have legal and political implications for the Russian regime.
According to the politician, this step is an important signal for Russia.
According to the deputy, such a decision, obviously, greatly alarmed the Kremlin, because the European Parliament immediately after this vote faced the strongest cyber attack carried out by Russian hackers.
According to him, the consequences of the adoption of the resolution can be traced in two directions.
In addition, along with legal consequences, the adoption of the resolution will also have political consequences.
According to the deputy, the list of sanctions should include all political parties of the State Duma of the Russian Federation that voted for the start of military aggression, supporting terrorist measures.