Dmitry Medvedev, Deputy Chairman of the Safety Council of the Russian Federation, has threatened to launch a missile strike towards the Worldwide Felony Court docket in The Hague, which had earlier issued an arrest warrant for Russian dictator Vladimir Putin in reference to the deportation of Ukrainian youngsters to Russia.
Supply: Medvedev on Telegram
Quote from Medvedev: “Gents, everybody walks beneath God and missiles. It’s fairly doable to think about the focused use of hypersonic Oniks from the North Sea by a Russian ship at The Hague court docket constructing. Sadly, it can’t be shot down. And the court docket is only a poor worldwide organisation, not the inhabitants of a NATO nation. That is why they will not begin a warfare. They’re afraid. And nobody will really feel sorry for them. So, judges of the court docket, look rigorously on the sky.”
Particulars: The Deputy Chairman of the Russian Safety Council wrote a put up that was, as regular, lengthy and stuffed with insulting epithets.
He referred to as the issuance of the arrest warrant for Putin “the ultimate collapse of the worldwide regulation system”.
Medvedev went on to write down a number of paragraphs of insults to the ICC, which, in response to the Russian official, “nobody wants” and whose effectiveness is allegedly “zero”.
In keeping with Putin’s subordinate, a rustic and its leaders will be judged in two circumstances: when the nation itself has change into savagely weakened, nearly misplaced its sovereignty and determined to recognise the judgement of the court docket; and when the nation has misplaced the warfare and surrendered.
Medvedev believes that after the arrest warrant for Putin, “the results for worldwide regulation will likely be horrible”, as this resolution allegedly results in “the collapse of the foundations, the ideas of regulation”,
On 17 March 2023, Pre-Trial Chamber II of the Worldwide Felony Court docket issued arrest warrants for Russian President Vladimir Putin and Maria Lvova-Belova, Russian Presidential Commissioner for Kids’s Affairs, in view of the state of affairs in Ukraine.
All member states of the Worldwide Felony Court docket (ICC) are actually legally bound to detain Vladimir Putin and hand him over to the court docket.
President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has referred to as the Worldwide Felony Court docket’s issuance of an arrest warrant for Russian President Vladimir Putin a turning point.