He calls the aggressive war of the Russian Federation a “liberation mission”.
Ex-Minister of Justice Slovakia Stefan Harabin will be tried for supporting the invasion of the Russian Federation on the territory of Ukraine.
The publication writes about it Dennik N with reference to the prosecutor’s office. Last February, Harabin publicly supported Putin’s decision to launch a full-scale war against Ukraine. “I would do exactly the same as Putin in connection with the events in Ukraine,” he wrote.
On June 1, the special prosecutor’s office charged him with the crime of “slander and approving a crime.” If his guilt is proven, the former minister faces up to three years in prison.
“I am proud of the statement I wrote, and I will repeat it at any time. There is no doubt that Putin and the Russian Federation acted in accordance with international law. He cannot be an aggressor,” journalists quoted Kharabin as saying.
Other statements of Harabin about the war
Commenting on the accusations, the former Minister of Justice commented not CT24 said that a “special operation against Ukrainian fascists” is taking place in Ukraine.
He called the aggressive war of the Russian Federation “a liberation mission in the direction of denazification.”
“Russia never starts a war. The wars that Russia leads always end only in the center of the aggressor. I am proud of this and will repeat it at any time, if necessary,” Harabin said.