Together with Putin, she received an arrest warrant: Russia's children's ombudswoman reacted to the news from The Hague
The so-called commissioner for children's rights under the President of Russia, Maria Lvova-Belova, reacted to the news about the arrest warrant from The Hague. She said she was happy because the international community “appreciated her work in helping children.”
She added that she would continue to “work” (abduct Ukrainian children) even despite the warrant. The reaction of the children's ombudswoman is quoted by the Russian media.
Lvova-Belova will continue to kidnap children, despite the warrant
The scandalous ombudswoman decided that the international community “appreciated her work in helping children.” She noted that “there were already sanctions of all countries” against her.
At the same time, Maria Lvova-Belova allegedly stubbornly tries not to notice her crimes. In her response to the order from The Hague, the Ombudsman went on to talk about “help for children”, “good, careful conditions” and “export from the war zone”.
However, I forgot to add that Russia attacked Ukraine, starting hostilities. Or that Russians illegally take Ukrainian children to the territory of their country, in particular, taking them from their parents.
In conclusion, Lvova-Belova stated that she would continue to “work”. That is, she is going to continue to kidnap children and does not hide it.
What I would like to say: firstly, it is good that the international community has appreciated the work to help the children of our country, that we do not leave them in the war zone, that we take them out, that we create good conditions for them, surround them with caring people. There were sanctions of all countries, even Japan against me, now there is an arrest warrant, I wonder what will happen next – well, we continue to work, – Lvova-Belova cynically published.
A court in The Hague also issued an arrest warrant for Putin.
On March 17, a court in The Hague issued an arrest warrant for Russian President Vladimir Putin over the situation in Ukraine. Putin and Lvov-Belov are suspected of committing a war crime. In particular, it refers to the illegal deportation and transfer of children from the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine to Russia.
The court noted that the warrants had to be secret in order to protect victims and witnesses, as well as to provide opportunities for investigation. However, children continue to be deported, so publicity had to be added.