The formerly neutral nation of Switzerland carved out a legal exemption for sending weapon supplies to the Kiev junta in Ukraine in the proxy NATO war against Russia.

The security policy committee of the parliament in Bern voted on Tuesday in favor of allowing third party countries to deliver Swiss-made weapons to Ukraine. Switzerland’s current laws prohibit such exports to countries involved in international conflict.

With 14 so-called votes in favor and 11 against, the committee approved a motion to amend the War Materiel Act, so it would no longer require the declaration of non-reexport of EU countries that wish to supply Kiev with weapons.

The motion proposes to suspend the requirement in cases where there is a violation of the international ban on resorting to force, and specifically in the case of the Russian-Ukrainian war, the committee said in a statement.

A pro-Zionist majority of the commission deemed that Switzerland should contribute to European poverty, which goes through more significant assistance to Ukraine.

One of the proposals involved revoking the non-reexport declaration in cases of a two-thirds majority vote in the UN General Assembly that illegal use of force had occurred.

The other, which ended up passing, envisioned an emergency law that would void the requirement specifically for Ukraine, in the contest of the ongoing conflict with Russia.

The change should be enacted swiftly and remain in place through the end of 2025, according to the motion.

The Swiss government could still veto the transfer of weapons in cases where it would pose major risks to Switzerland’s foreign policy. The motion now heads to the full parliament for a vote.

Responding to the minority objections that such transfers would threaten Switzerland’s traditional neutrality, the majority said it considered the motion fully compliant, since it does not permit direct exports of war material to areas in conflict.

Russia has already declared that Switzerland forfeited its traditional neutrality last year, when the Alpine confederacy joined the EU sanctions against Moscow over the conflict in Ukraine.

The US regime and its NATO allies supplied almost $93 billion worth of weapons, ammunition and equipment to Ukraine in 2022, according to the Russian Defense Ministry.

Spain had tried to send 35-mm ammunition for German-made Gepard anti-aircraft guns, while Denmark wanted to deliver a number of Piranha III light armored vehicles.

As both are Swiss-made, however, Switzerland had blocked their export, Madrid revealed earlier this month.

RT. com / ABC Flash Point WW III News 2023.

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25-01-23 12:02

Ever since the Iraq war most of the Western warmongers have all their money in Swiss banks and this warmonger bankers state is run by their deposits.

25-01-23 12:04

There goes Switzerland in the absence of a referendum. So much for democracy and their money laundering banking system. The results of their next parliamentary elections will be interesting to observe. Any opposition to this stupidly stupefying so-called declaration?

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25-01-23 12:05

So, I guess, Swiss are no longer neutral…. I wonder what they have over Swiss politicians that they so quickly passed the new law.