Arrest warrant against Putin from International Court

Russia-Ukraine War: The Pre-Trial Chamber Second of the International Criminal Court (ICC) on Friday issued an arrest warrant against Russian President Vladimir Putin. The court held him responsible for war crimes committed in Ukraine.

The Court says that the Russian President is responsible for the war crime of illegal transfer of people from the occupied territories of Ukraine to the Russian Federation, especially children.

Russia-Ukraine War, Vladimir Putin, Russian President, Ukraine, Internation Criminal Court
The court held Putin responsible for war crimes committed in Ukraine.

Moscow denied the allegations

Explain that this is the first warrant in the investigation of the Ukrainian conflict. At the moment Moscow denied these allegations. On the contrary, Ukraine has been accused of committing crimes during the one-year war.

Arrest warrant issued to commissioner as well

Apart from Putin, the court has also issued warrants to Maria Alekseyevna Lvova-Belova. Maria is the Commissioner for Children’s Rights in Russia. He is also accused like Putin.

Court’s important comment

The International Court of Justice said the crimes were allegedly committed in Ukrainian-occupied territory from the beginning of Russia’s invasion on 24 February 2022. There are reasonable grounds for believing this. Putin bears personal responsibility for the commission of such acts directly, jointly with others and/or through others.

‘Just an initial step’: Ukraine

According to the news agency AFP, President of Ukraine Zelensky has described this decision of the International Court as the first step towards the restoration of justice.

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