The bombing of Ukrainian cities by Russia is a war crime that has no statute of limitations and falls under the jurisdiction of international courts.

This is stated in a joint statement of the presidents of 11 countries of Central and Eastern Europe, the Office of the President of the Republic of Poland has stated.

“Bombing of Ukrainian cities by Russia is a war crime”

“We, the presidents of Bulgaria, Montenegro, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, North Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, and Hungary, condemn the recent massive bombing of Ukrainian cities by Russia, which is a war crime under international law,” – the statement reads.

They recalled that war crimes and crimes against humanity have no statute of limitations and fall under the jurisdiction of courts around the world.

“On behalf of our countries, we demand Russia to immediately stop attacks on civilian objects. We will continue to make efforts to bring those responsible for today’s crime to justice,” the President

Global protests against Russia’s terror missiles attack

Hundreds of people protested in several European capitals to condemn Russia’s missile strikes on Ukraine, the Ukrinform agency reported.

In front of the Russian Embassy in Warsaw, people demanded to declare Russian diplomats persona non grata, to recognize Russia as a terrorist state, and to provide Ukraine with weapons to defend its territory.

The Ukrainian community of Vienna and friends of Ukraine from other countries held a picket in front of the Embassy of the Russian aggressor state to condemn the missile terror of Russia, followed by a march through the city center.

A rally was held in front of the Embassy of the terrorist country of Russia in Riga, where participants protested against the terrorist actions of Russia, shelling of Kyiv, Dnipro, Lviv, Zaporizhzhia, Kharkiv, Kryvyi Rih, and other Ukrainian cities.