Index - Abroad - Vladimir Putin received good news

Index – Abroad – Vladimir Putin received good news

Today, Sunday, the Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation published the four relevant decisions On his website.

“The international treaty concluded between the Russian Federation and the Donetsk People’s Republic on the accession of the Donetsk People’s Republic to the Russian Federation and the formation of a new subject within the Russian Federation is recognized as being in conformity with the Constitution of the Russian Federation. This decision will be transmitted immediately to the President of the Russian Federation.”

A similar decision was made for the other three contracts, writes tast. The Constitutional Court indicated that these treaties will apply from the signing on Friday until ratification by the Russian parliament. Based on the text of the treaties, the Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation confirmed that the occupied territories are part of the Russian Federation as of September 30.

as it’s known, Russian President Vladimir Putin The Russian President announced, on Friday, that the Kremlin will annex the Ukrainian regions occupied by the Russian army to Russia. In his afternoon speech, the Russian president was not spared from the West, As Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov criedBut at the end of the speech the Russian head of state became emotional.

Later the Russian president addressed the thousands of Russians who had gathered on Red Square.

Today is the day of truth and justice

– Besieged by the leaders of the annexed regions, announced by Vladimir Putin, they were appointed by Moscow. “Russia not only opens the door of our homeland to our brothers, but also opens its heart,” he added.

The West does not accept Putin’s decision

The European Council, a body made up of leaders of 27 EU member states, unanimously condemned Russia’s illegal annexation of Donetsk, Luhansk, Kherson and Zaporizhia.

“By deliberately undermining the rules-based international order and grossly violating Ukraine’s fundamental rights to independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity, which are fundamental principles enshrined in the United Nations Charter and international law, Russia threatens global security,” the council said. in his statement.

We will never recognize this illegal annexation. These decisions are null and void and have absolutely no legal effect

Council added.

(Cover photo: Vladimir Saldo, Yevgeny Palitsky, Russian President Vladimir Putin, Donetsk separatist leader Denis Posilin, and Leonid Pashnik after signing treaties formally incorporating four Ukrainian regions occupied by Russian forces at the Moscow Kremlin on September 30, 2022. Photo: Dmitriy Astakhov/ Sputnik / Agence France-Presse)

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