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Russia President Putin Arrested by International Criminal Court for Ukraine Cases

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The judges of the International Criminal Court (ICC) issued arrest note on Friday for Russian President Vladimir Putin over committing war crimes in Ukraine.

The Hague-based International Criminal Court said it did also issued a note against Maria Lvova Belova, Presidential Plenipotentiary of Russia for children rights, on Similar fee.

Russia is not a member of International Criminal Court. It was not clear how The International Criminal Court planned to implement the memorandum.

Today, the second preliminary round of The International Criminal Court issued arrest warrants of arrest for two individuals in Context of the situation in Ukraine: Mr. Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin and Ms. Maria Alekseevna Lvova Belova,” said the ICC in a permit.

Putin responsible for the war crime of illegal deportation of population (children) and that of illegal transfer of population (children) from the occupied territories of Ukraine to the Russian Federation.

The ICC said the crimes dated back to February 24, 2022, when Russia invaded Ukraine.

“There are reasonable grounds to believe that Mr Putin has an individualistic personality criminal responsible for “The above crimes,” she said.

Allegedly, Putin was responsible both of them directly committing acts and for “failure to exercise control properly over civilian f military subordinates who Acts committed or permitted for their commission.”

the arrest Orders are kept secret To protect victims and witnesses.

The International Criminal Court is a court of last Refuge for crimes that countries It cannot or will not prosecute crimes and war crimes against humanity.

The Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, Karim Khan, has opened an investigation into alleged crimes and war crimes against humanity in Ukraine just days after Russia invasion.

‘booty.’ of war’

Khan said earlier this month after a visit to Ukraine that the alleged kidnappings of children “It is being investigated by my country office as a priority.”

Children cannot be treated as spoils of the war ” in a permit on March 7th.

Post a photo of Along with the empty cribs, Khan himself said he visited a caretaker home for children in Southern Ukraine that was “empty,” A result of alleged deportation of children From Ukraine to the Russian Federation” or other occupied territories.

Khan also He confirmed that the International Criminal Court was investigating the attacks on “critical civil infrastructure in Ukraine and that he visited sites of Many of these hits.

for along way with Prosecutor General of Ukraine generalWe confirmed our collective commitment to ensure Such actions and those are to be fully investigated responsible for alleged international held accountable for crimes added.

Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court added in The statement that he had “a sense that the momentum towards justice accelerates.”

Khan has previously described Ukraine as “crime scene,” and hers also visited the city of Bucha, where AFP journalists saw at least 20 bodies in a street.

Neither Russia nor Ukraine are members of The International Criminal Court, however Kyiv She accepted the court’s jurisdiction and she works with Khan office.

Russia denies these allegations of war crimes by its forces. Experts said it was unlikely it would ever be delivered over any suspects.

Ukraine’s Prosecutor General praises the “historic” arrest warrant issued by the International Criminal Court for put it in

Prosecutor General of Ukraine general He welcomed the International Criminal Court decision.

“the world Receive signal that the Russian system criminal “Its leadership and followers will be held accountable,” Ukraine’s attorney general, Andriy Kostin, said. in a permit on social media. “This is historical decision for Ukraine and all system of international Law.”

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