International Congress for the Protection of the Rights and Freedoms of Citizens
Violation of the principle of non-interference in the internal affairs of states by Russia: in violation of international law
International law prohibits the interference of any state in the internal affairs of another state since each state is free to choose and develop its own political, economic, social, political, and cultural system without interference from the other side. This principle has been codified and enshrined in many international conventions: the most important of these is the Charter of the United Nations in its second article, paragraph seven, as stated in the Declaration of Principles of International Law Concerning Friendly Relations and Cooperation among States issued under Recommendation 2625 of October 24, 1970, published by the General Assembly “That no state or group of states shall have the right to interfere, directly or indirectly, for any reason, in the internal or external affairs of another state. As a result, military intervention and any interference or threats directed against its political, economic or cultural component are considered contrary to international law.
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