Kuleba explained what would mean recognizing Russia as a state sponsor of terrorism

“Terrorism is really the middle name of modern Russia, therefore, recognizing it as a state sponsor of terrorism will only be a legal fixation of reality. In practice, this will mean the introduction of additional sanctions both from the United States and from other countries, even deeper international isolation of the Russian regime and the complete destruction of the remnants of Russia’s reputation for many decades“, Kuleba explains.

The minister draws attention to the fact that the last point is hardly the most important, because for many years Russia has used the very concept of the fight against terrorism for the most sophisticated manipulations.

“It was the “joint fight against terrorism” that for many years justified the need for interaction with Russia. Under this sauce, Russia whitened its reputation in the European Union after its attack on Georgia in 2008 and Ukraine in 2014, restored contacts with the United States and other countries,” Kuleba emphasizes. .

He also noted that Russia has imposed the myth of its supposedly “constructive role” in countering terrorism to justify its own wars, from Chechnya to Syria, but none of them has been just or justified.

“Inclusion of Russia in the list of state sponsors of terrorism forever destroy this myth. Russia is a source of terrorism, not a fighter against it,” the minister summed up.

Recall that recently The US Senate unanimously approved a resolution calling on Secretary of State Anthony Blinken to declare Russia a state sponsor of terrorism. So, if an appropriate decision is made, the Russian Federation can officially become the fifth in the list of state sponsors of terrorism.

At the same time, as Speaker of the US House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi said, if this step is not taken in the US State Department, otherwise, Congress will.

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