Alexander Bastrykin, head of Russia’s Investigative Committee, said on March 19 he had ordered a authorized evaluation of a German minister’s assertion that dictator Vladimir Putin can be arrested if he involves Germany.
He claimed that the Worldwide Legal Court docket’s (ICC) arrest warrant for Putin was “unlawful.”
Bastrykin additionally mentioned on March 17 that Russia’s Investigative Committee is aiming to determine the ICC judges who issued the arrest warrant for Putin.
On March 17, the ICC issued arrest warrants for Putin and Maria Lvova-Belova, Russia’s youngsters’s rights commissioner overseeing the pressured deportations of Ukrainian youngsters. In keeping with an announcement put out by the ICC, there are “affordable grounds to imagine” that Putin is immediately chargeable for overseeing the pressured kidnapping and relocation of over 16,000 Ukrainian youngsters because the begin of the full-scale invasion.
German Justice Minister Marco Buschmann mentioned later that Germany would need to arrest Putin if he enters the nation’s territory and if the Worldwide Legal Court docket asks contracting states for enforcement.