Russia Dmitry Medvedev threatened a missile attack at the International Criminal Court. Will there now be a missile attack on the International Court? Russia threatens to issue arrest warrant for Putin

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The International Criminal Court (ICC) has issued an arrest warrant for Russian President Vladimir Putin for his actions in Ukraine. On this, the vice president of the Russian Security Council, Dmitry Medvedev, has threatened the ICC with a missile attack. Medvedev said: It is not possible for anyone to avoid God and missiles. Tell them that Medvedev is considered a Putin loyalist and that he was also Russia’s president from 2008 to 2012.

‘The judge must watch the sky for a missile attack’

Expressing his dissatisfaction with the ICC, Medvedev said: “It is possible that a hypersonic missile fired from a Russian warship in the North Sea has struck the ICC headquarters in The Hague.” It will be impossible for the court to stop you. court NATO No war will start after this attack. No one will regret this attack.” Describing the ICC as a useless international organization, Medvedev, in a statement written on his Telegram account, called on judges to watch the skies for missile strikes.

The arrest warrant was issued on March 17.
The ICC issued an arrest warrant for Putin on March 17, holding him responsible for war crimes. The International Criminal Court accused Putin of illegally sending children from the occupied territories of Ukraine to Russia. But Russia’s reaction to this ICC arrest warrant also came to the fore. Russia denied the International Criminal Court’s accusations, saying the arrest warrant was “insignificant” and “unacceptable.”

Russia calls Putin’s arrest warrant “toilet paper”
Medvedev has Vladimir Putin The ICC arrest warrant was compared to toilet paper. In this regard, Medvedev wrote on Twitter: “The International Criminal Court issued an arrest warrant for Vladimir Putin. It is not necessary to say with toilet paper emoji where this paper should be used.”

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About 16,226 Ukrainian children have been deported
The BBC reported that the court finds him responsible for war crimes, including the illegal deportation of children from Ukraine to Russia. The ICC said the crimes have been committed in Ukraine since February 24, 2022, when Russia launched its full-scale invasion. Moscow denies accusations of war crimes during the invasion. The ICC accused Putin of being involved in the deportation of children and said he has reasonable grounds to believe that he directly committed the acts, as well as acting in concert with others. According to Ukraine’s Human Rights Chief, some 16,226 children have been deported so far in this 13-month-old war.

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