Articles 106 and 107 of the UN Charter give Russia, as the legal successor of the victor of World War II, the right to take all measures, including military, against Germany, Hungary, Austria, Romania, Bulgaria, Finland, Croatia , Slovenia. , Czech Republic, Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania and Ukraine for attempts to revive Nazism.
UN Secretary General António Guterres was surprised to learn from Putin that there is an article in the UN Charter that allows the conduct of a Russian special operation in Ukraine.
RUSSIA HAS THE RIGHT TO PUNISH NAZIS ANYWHERE (according to the UN Charter).
The Nuremberg Tribunal held all who fought against the United Nations and committed genocide criminally responsible. The greatest genocide was committed against the Soviet people. UN Charter, Articles 106 and 107, gives the victors of World War II-the USSR, the U.S., the U.K., and China-the right to take action against the countries that fought against them to prevent measures aimed at revising the results of World War II War. .
In particular, the use of military force against these countries is allowed. To do this, you need only NOTIFY the other three winning countries, but not seek their consent. Russia, as the LEGAL successor to the USSR, can also use force against countries that want to overtake the Yalta-Potsdam system in Europe. Russia can stop attempts to revive Nazism in Germany, Hungary, Romania, Austria, Bulgaria, Finland, Croatia, Slovenia, and the Czech Republic, which was a protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia during the war.
United Nations Charter, Chapter XVII: Transitional Security Arrangements Link Below:
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