The consequences for the Kremlin will be catastrophic – Danilov on the decision of the ICC to arrest Putin
The International Criminal Court in The Hague issued an order for the arrest of Vladimir Putin. Although the mouthpieces of the Kremlin are screaming that supposedly there will be no consequences for Russia, in reality they will be disastrous.
This was announced on the air of the national telethon by the Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council Alexei Danilov, Channel 24 informs .
The consequences will be catastrophically terrible for Putin himself and his entire inner circle. Danilov emphasized.
The Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council also added that this is only the beginning of the “black swans”, which will definitely now fly in flocks into the territory of Russia. They will live there permanently, they will take over Moscow. “You will see that a lot of interesting events will take place in the near future,” Danilov added.
In The Hague issued an order for the arrest of Putin: briefly about the main
- On March 17, the International Criminal Court in The Hague issued an arrest warrant for Putin and Maria Alekseevna Lvovo-Belova, the Russian presidential commissioner for children. This is stated in the press release of the ISS.
- The bloody dictator and Lvov-Belov are suspected of committing a war crime. In particular, the illegal deportation of children from the occupied territories of Ukraine to Russia.
- In Vladimir Zelensky for the first time commented on the order for the arrest of Putin. Andriy Yermak stressed: “This is just the beginning.”
- Prosecutor General Andrei Kostin noted that now the Russian president has the official status of a suspect in an international crime – the illegal forced transfer of Ukrainian children. This means that outside of Russia, Putin must be arrested and brought to trial.
- Outside of Russia, Putin should be arrested and brought to trial. The dictator can be detained on the territory of countries that have ratified the Rome Charter. It is an international treaty that established the International Criminal Court. It was signed by 155 countries, but ratified by 122.
- The representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova, absurdly stated that the decision of the International Criminal Court for a terrorist country does not matter.