Woke up: in Hungary they call to recall the ambassador from Russia after the arrest warrant for Putin
The Dialogue for Hungary party suggested that the country's government recall the ambassador from Russia and declare the stay of the head of the Russian diplomatic mission in Budapest undesirable.
This was stated by the representative of the party Richard Barabash, a member of the coalition of opposition political forces in Hungary.
Such a decision should be taken in light of the fact that the International Criminal Court has issued an arrest warrant for Russian dictator Vladimir Putin, the statement said.
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The politician substantiated his opinion by the actions of Russia in Ukraine. Barabash also said that the Dialogue for Hungary calls on the national parliament to vote for Finland and Sweden to join NATO, explaining this by the need to counter the threat from Russia.
Reference. This party is part of a coalition of opposition forces, which in the last elections in April 2022 won 57 out of 199 seats in the State Assembly (unicameral parliament – Channel 24) of Hungary.
The ISS issued a permit for the arrest of Putin
- In total, in the proceedings where the Office of the Prosecutor General exercises procedural guidance, the deportation of more than 16 thousand children from Donetsk, Luhansk, Kharkiv and Kherson regions was recorded. However, the real figure could be much higher.
- On March 17, the International Criminal Court issued an arrest warrant for Russian President Vladimir Putin. Now the Russian president has the official status of a suspect in an international crime – the illegal deportation and displacement of Ukrainian children.
- Andriy Yermak, Head of the Office of the President, noted that the decision of the ISS is only the beginning. Ukraine systematically cooperates with him. Yermak emphasized: now Putin and Lvov-Belov will be arrested on the territory of countries that have ratified the Rome Charter.