As part of the audit, the Investigative Committee of Russia intends to identify specific individuals among the judges of the International Criminal Court who made the decision to issue permission for Putin’s arrest.
The head of the Russian Investigative Committee ordered an investigation in connection with the issuance of arrest warrants by the International Criminal Court in The Hague for Russian President Putin and Russian Presidential Commissioner for Human Rights Maria Lvovo-Belova. This is reported in the telegram channel of the department.
“The Chairman of the Russian Investigative Committee instructed the central office of the department to organize a procedural check in connection with the illegal issuance of warrants for the arrest of citizens of the Russian Federation by the International Criminal Court,” the report says.
It is indicated that as part of the verification, the Investigation intends to identify the faces of all judges of the International Criminal Court involved in “making an illegal decision”, and a procedural decision will be made based on the results of the verification.
Arrest warrant for Putin:
Today, March 17, the International Criminal Court in The Hague issued an arrest warrant for Russian President Vladimir Putin “in the context of the situation in Ukraine.” Also, together with the Russian dictator, the court in The Hague issued an order for Maria Lvovo-Belova, the authorized representative of the President of the Russian Federation for children’s rights, who oversees the export of Ukrainian children to Russia. They are accused of kidnapping and illegally exporting 16 thousand Ukrainian children to the territory of the Russian Federation.
Prosecutor General of Ukraine Andrei Kostin said that after the decision of the Hague court, Putin becomes restricted to leave Russia. According to him, now world leaders should think three times before shaking hands with Putin and sitting down with him at the negotiating table.
Russia has said it will never recognize the decision of the International Criminal Court to arrest Vladimir Putin. According to Maria Zakharova, spokeswoman for the Russian Foreign Ministry, the court’s decision has no political or legal significance for the Russian Federation.
Ukrainian politicians reacted to the decision of the Hague court on Putin. It is considered historical, noting that the criminals should be responsible for the abduction and removal of 16,000 Ukrainian children.
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