Today, Lithuanians protested against Russian invasion into Ukraine and Vladimir Putin’s regime. Protest was organized by the group “Help for the Ukraine”, Liberal Party of Lithuania (Lietuvos Respublikos liberalų sąjūdis) and one of its leaders Remigijus Šimašius. There was symbolic burial of Vladimir Putin to show what can be done to save Europe from World War III.
In the last few days we saw fast escalation of armed conflict in Ukraine with massive invasion of Russia’s regular military forces. After substantial gains of Ukrainian military forces in crushing Russia inspired insurgency, terrorists controlled by Russia, received direct support of Russian army units and started a new offensive against Ukraine that resulted in massive losses in Ukrainian army and the National guard. Currently, the news report that Vladimir Putin advises Ukraine for talks on sovereignty of South-East Ukraine – so called Novorossya or Lugansk and Donetsk People republics. Therefore, a clear pattern of previous Russia’s wars that resulted in occupation of South Osetia and Abhazia (parts of Georgia) and instituting Russian puppet regimes there is evident.
Remigijus Šimašius, member of Lithuanian Parliament, former Minister of Justice
Member of Lithuanian parliament and former Minister of Justice of Lithuania Remigijus Šimašius calls for action. Remigijus Šimašius states that attempt to prosecute Dmitryi Yarosh is clear misuse of Article 3 of Interpol Constitution.
Give Interpol a note!
Russia wants to prosecute those who are against Putin’s aggression in Ukraine. Dmitryi Jarosh this time.
Just look at the following charges: “1) Public incitement to terrorist activities involving the use of mass media; 2) Public incitement to extremist activities involving the use of mass media.”
Interpol itself is declaring that “Article 3 of INTERPOL’s Constitution enshrines this guiding principle of neutrality by explicitly forbidding INTERPOL from engaging in matters of political, military, religious and racial character.”
So what the hell are you doing, Interpol?
They ask to contact police or Interpol if we know something. I did.
This is my message I have submitted: “Dear officials of Interpol. It looks to me that an attempt to prosecute Dimtryi Yarosh by Russian Federation is a clear misuse of article 3 of the Constitution of Interpol.
Russia is committing an aggression against Ukraine. I think, You have to have this in mind.
Remigijus Simasius, Lithuania”
It’s Your turn now.