European members of the World Health Organization have passed resolutions that could see Russia’s regional office shutdown. The Washington Post reports that as a WHO official condemned the “appalling” impact on Ukrainian health care caused by Russia’s invasion, European nations pushed the traditionally apolitical global health body on Tuesday to take a harder stance against Moscow, voting in favor of a resolution that could lead to the closure of a WHO office in Russia. In a statement to reporters after the vote, Russian health official Alexei Kuznetsov said the nonbinding resolution was “exclusively political in nature” and would not affect medical care in Russia.