What does the EU Parliament’s designation of Russia as a ‘state sponsor of terrorism’ mean? — RT World News

The European Parliament’s non-binding resolution is a PR effort rooted in political agenda

On Wednesday, members of the European Parliament adopted a resolution naming Russia as a state sponsor of terrorism. The move follows a similar NATO parliamentary committee vote just two days earlier, in response to demands from the Ukrainian delegation. 

With NATO, there could have been no other outcome, given that the bloc has been justifying its continued post-Cold…

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