1. If before that foreign leaders and diplomats had at least some contact with Putin, now contacts will be reduced to a minimum. Imagine Macron or Scholz about to call the Kremlin again, but the press office gently puts his hand on the phone and says: “You understand that under every news in the media about your call to that Moscow mutterfu**er there will be a reminder of that you spoke to the accused child kidnapper?”
2. Putin’s paranoia will blossom even brighter. Now his desire to destroy everyone who can take power from him has become a matter not only of life, but also of the status of falling into history. The fate of Slobodan Milosevic is well known to him. And Putin is interested in his reflection in history, and very much. Prigozhin and company may face unpleasant times.
3. Xi Jinping, who gathered in Moscow next week, received a Christmas present. Or under the clover, given that today is St. Patrick’s Day.
Therefore, the consequences of today’s decision should not be underestimated. It is historical, without exaggeration. What needs to be thought about now is that Ukraine has signed but not ratified the Rome Charter. But this is a topic for a separate discussion.
Putin and Lavrov cannot be arrested: Ukraine has found a way to do it
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