Vladimir Putin: For the last one year, the process of war between Russia and Ukraine is going on. The International Criminal Court on Friday issued an arrest warrant for Russian President Putin for war crimes in Ukraine. The warrant accuses Russia of being responsible for war crimes committed in Ukraine.
The decision of the International Criminal Court was declared void.
The war between Russia and Ukraine is going on since 24 February 2022. During this, Ukraine has accused Russia of atrocities several times. However, it was also said from the Russian side that its military forces did not commit any atrocities during the invasion of Ukraine. With this, it was said from the Russian side that the International Criminal Court’s decision to issue an arrest warrant for President Vladimir Putin is legally void.
Court’s jurisdiction not recognized
The ICC award is said to be legally void because it does not recognize the jurisdiction of the Moscow-based court. A Russian spokesman told Russian media that, like many other countries, Russia does not recognize the jurisdiction of this court. Russia is not even a member of the ICC, so from a legal point of view the decisions of this court are void.
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ICC’s decisions have no meaning
Simultaneously, Russia’s Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova said that ICC’s decisions have no meaning for Russia, with this she said on Telegram that Russia is not a party to the International Criminal Court and has no obligation towards it.
warrant compared to toilet paper
Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova further said that, as far as we are concerned, Russia does not cooperate with this body and the arrest from the International Court of Justice would have been legally invalid. Please tell that on Twitter, he has compared this warrant to toilet paper.
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