BRUSSELS, November 18. /TASS/. The European Parliament has prepared a resolution on recognizing Russia as a "terrorist state" and intends to hold a vote on it at its November 23 session in Strasbourg, Deputy Spokesperson for the European Parliament Delphine Colard said at a briefing on Friday.
"On Wednesday, members of the European Parliament will vote on a resolution to designate Russia a state sponsor of terrorism in light of increased large-scale attacks on civilian facilities in Ukraine," she said.
The European Parliament’s resolutions have no legal force and are non-regulatory, however, they are widely used in the EU’s media and political spheres to promote and spread specific political positions.