Ukraine's Verkhovna Rada appeals to EU to stop issuing visas to Russian citizens
The Verkhovna Rada (Ukraine's parliament) has called on the EU to stop issuing tourist visas to Russian citizens, to cancel already received visas, and to continue to introduce sanctions
Ukrainian People's Deputy Yaroslav Zhelezniak wrote about this on Telegram.
As stated in the message, on September 6, the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine supported the appeal to the EU regarding the suspension of visas to citizens of Russia.
324 Ukrainian People's Deputies voted for Resolution №7710 "On Appealing to the Institutions of the European Union and EU Member States to Stop Issuing Visas to Citizens of the Russian Federation."
327 Ukrainian People's Deputies voted for Resolution №7733 "On the Appeal of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine to the EU Institutions, Parliaments, and Governments of Its Member States Regarding the Restriction of the Issuance of Schengen Visas to Citizens of the Aggressor State - the Russian Federation."
The Verkhovna Rada appealed to the EU to stop issuing Schengen visas to citizens of the aggressor state, "given the gross violation of the UN Charter and other fundamental norms of international law, including international humanitarian law and human rights."