The Estonian Parliament recognized Russia as a state supporting terrorism.
The statement was supported by 88 MPs, there were no abstentions or votes against.
In May, the Czech Senate (the upper house of parliament) recognized the crimes committed by the Russian army in Ukraine as genocide against the Ukrainian people. At the same time, the Lithuanian Seimas recognized Russia as a terrorist state: the unanimously adopted resolution stated that Russian troops had committed massive war crimes on the territory of Ukraine.
In August, the Latvian Saeima declared Russia a sponsor of terrorism and called on the EU to suspend issuing visas to Russians. In August, the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe recognized the ruling regime in Russia as a terrorist one, and the country's presence in the UN Security Council as illegal.