The Hague is looking for them: Putin is already “hanging” in Ukrainian trains
Ukraine promptly reacted to the decision of the International Criminal Court and issued an arrest warrant for dictator Vladimir Putin. For example, Ukrzaliznytsia trains are already looking for him.
Photos from the electric trains of the Kiev region, Kharkiv region and Lviv region have already appeared on the network, Channel 24 reports. This happened the day after the issuance of a warrant for the arrest of the dictator.
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On the black-and-white poster, “Attention! Wanted!” is written in capital letters, and below it is noted that the criminal is being sought alive, but preferably dead. Next – a photo of dictator Putin from the subscriptions “a particularly dangerous terrorist is wanted.”
Then everything is according to the procedure – date of birth, nickname and everyone knows very well.
It is noted below that the specified person is hiding from the pre-trial investigation authorities. Anyone who is ready to catch the criminal is asked to call the “Offensive Guard” – special assault brigades that will deal exclusively with the de-occupation of Ukrainian territories. The initiator of their creation was the late Interior Minister Denis Monastyrsky. Now the brigade is recruiting.
Putin is wanted in trains / Photo of the telegram channel “You are Kyiv” and social networks
The Hague issued a warrant for the arrest of Putin
- The International Criminal Court has issued an arrest warrant for Russian President Vladimir Putin and children's rights ombudsman Maria Lvova-Belova. This decision is connected with the criminal actions of illegal deportation of children from the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine to Russia.
- The Office of the Prosecutor General of Ukraine handed over to the ISS more than 40 volumes of materials, including on the deportation of more than 16,000 children from Kharkiv, Kherson, Donetsk and Luhansk regions. However, it is noted that this figure could be much higher.
- Putin can now be arrested on the territory of 123 countries of the world that have ratified the Rome Charter. Mostly it is said about virtually all countries of Europe, Japan, Canada and some African states.
- The representative of the International Criminal Court, Fadi El-Abdallah, noted that their decision provides more rights to Ukraine. In particular, Kyiv may demand from the states recognizing the ISS that Vladimir Putin and Lvovo-Belova be immediately arrested.