Czech Senate adopted a resolution on the situation in Ukraine, in which it emphasized the need to stop supporting militants from the Russian Federation and to restore Ukrainian control of the border. This information appeared on the Facebook page of the vice-speaker of the Verkhovna Rada Iryna Gerashchenko.
"45 out of 63 present senators voted for the decision," she stated.
Gerashchenko also admitted that in the corresponding resolution expressed worrying about intensified attacks in the Donbas.
"This resolution was prepared by the Committee of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Senate, in response to our appeal to the parliaments of the EU. We thank the Senate of the Czech Republic and believe that it is important that the the assessment of Russian actions towards Donbas is changing even in the countries traditionally committed to Moscow. More European politicians publicly take a stand against Russian aggression," she added.
As it was reported earlier, Executive Center of the Donetsk region was registered in Prague. Another structure in a depressed area of Ostrava, which separatists called the "first diplomatic representation in Europe", opened on September 1, 2016, also continues to function despite the protests of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.