MADRID, 22 Nov. (EUROPA PRESS) -
Ukrainian President Volodimir Zelensky reiterated this Monday before the NATO member countries his request to declare Russia a state sponsor of terrorism, predicting that said "result" will gradually be reached.
"Today I have called on all the parliaments of the NATO member states to finally approve a decision on the recognition of Russia as a terrorist state. I believe that we will gradually reach this result," the president said in his daily message. to the Ukrainian population.
Zelensky has argued that Russia will be perceived by the world as a state sponsor of terrorism, since it is "exactly what it has become: a terrorist state."
In this sense, he has called on the countries of the Atlantic Alliance to take "specific measures" to implement the peace formula proposed by his Executive for Ukraine, ensuring that this "can reliably guarantee" peace and justice. for your country and the entire Euro-Atlantic community.
However, Zelensky has commemorated the ninth anniversary of the beginning of the Euromaidan, the demonstrations and riots that took place in the country in 2013 and in which thousands of people called for an association of Ukraine with the European Union, leading to the resignation of the then president Viktor Yanukovich, of the pro-Russian Party of Regions.
"Today is the ninth anniversary of the beginning of the Maidan, the Dignity Revolution (...) There were many threats to the freedom of our people and the very existence of Ukrainians. But the people got over it. And now you and I have a historic opportunity to defend the Ukrainian will once and for all," he said in his evening address.