The resolution, which passed unanimously, comes a day after Lithuania's foreign minister publicly urged a regime change in Russia.
The IO Offensive: Information Operations Surrounding the Russian Invasion of Ukraine
Cyberattacks quietly launched by Russia before its invasion of Ukraine may have been more damaging than intended
Andriy Zagorodnyuk: ‘Those who say Ukraine can’t win don’t understand the situation’
A New York Times editorial article titled “The War in Ukraine Is Getting Complicated, and America Isn’t Ready,” published on May 19, immediately triggered a stir in Ukraine and beyond.
The Defenders of Mariupol
Branding the Azov Battalion as ‘neo-Nazi’ long after it shed its far-right origins is part of a deafening corruption of public discourse
"No new contracts have been made with Russia since 2014. No deliveries have been made to Russia since the beginning of the war in Ukraine."
But Disclose points out that this still meant that France continued to fulfill its arms-related contract obligations after 2014, even if deliveries were stopped before the Russian invastion into Ukraine.
How France delivered weapons to Russia until 2020