War in Ukraine: ICC issues arrest warrant for Vladimir Putin

Putin "dying"?  Information "not confirmed" according to the Quai d'Orsay

Putin dying Information not confirmed according to the Quai dOrsay

“The crimes were allegedly committed on Ukrainian territory occupied at least from February 24, 2022″the ICC continued, adding that there was “reasonable grounds to believe that Mr. Putin is personally responsible for the above-mentioned crimes”. “The decisions of the International Criminal Court are meaningless for our country, including from a legal point of view“Because Moscow has no obligation to her,” spokeswoman for Russian diplomacy Maria Zakharova wrote on Telegram, without referring by name to Vladimir Putin in her message.

The ICC, created in 2002 to judge the worst crimes committed in the world, has been investigating for more than a year into possible war crimes or crimes against humanity committed during the Russian offensive. “An arrest warrant means the prosecutor has enough evidence against Vladimir Putin to hold him accountable.“, explained on LCI Clara Gérard-Rodriguez, lawyer in international law and former jurist at the ICC.

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