In addition to the Russian dictator, a court in The Hague issued an arrest warrant for Maria Lvova-Belova, the presidential commissioner for children’s rights.
The International Criminal Court in The Hague issued an arrest warrant for Russian President Vladimir Putin “in the context of the situation in Ukraine.” This was reported on the website of the court.
The statement of the International Criminal Court noted that the warrant was also issued in respect of Maria Lvova-Belova, the Commissioner for Children’s Rights under the President of the Russian Federation, who oversees the export of Ukrainian children to Russia.
“There is reason to believe that each suspect is responsible for the war crime of illegal deportation of the population and illegal transfer of the population from the occupied territories of Ukraine to the Russian Federation to the detriment of Ukrainian children,” the ISS said in a statement.
Prosecutor General of Ukraine Andriy Kostin reacted to the announcement of a warrant for Putin’s arrest: “Outside of Russia, he should be arrested and taken to court. And world leaders will think three times before shaking his hand or sitting down at the negotiating table with him.”
Recall that on March 17, Russian Presidential Speaker Dmitry Peskov commented on Poland’s decision to transfer combat aircraft to Ukraine. In his opinion, the decision to transfer fighters to Ukraine will aggravate the conflict, and all transferred equipment will be subject to destruction by the RF Armed Forces immediately after crossing the border. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov argues that Western weapons will not affect the course of the war.
President Vladimir Putin on March 16, during a speech at a meeting of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs, said that turnips will become an integral part of the diet of Westerners. According to Putin, the Europeans promised empty shelves in Russian stores, but they themselves faced this problem. He also boasted about the harvests in Russia and said that it would also be difficult for the inhabitants of Europe without Russian fertilizer.
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