Putin ‘clearly’ committed war crimes, Biden says after ICC arrest warrant – Live
Arrest warrant issued for President Vladimir Putin for ‘war crimes’ in Ukraine
Vladimir Putin “Obviously” Committed war crimes and the International Criminal Courtof (ICC) His decision to issue an arrest warrant was justified, the President of the United States Joe Biden Said.
“He clearly committed a war crime,” Biden said.
Biden said of the ICC’s arrest warrant for the Russian president, “Well, I think it’s justified. But the problem is that we’re not internationally recognized either. But that’s a very strong point. I think it will be
The Hague Global Court Issues Arrest Warrant For Putin, Prosecutor Russiapresident responsible for war crimes committed in Ukraine.
The ICC said Mr Putin was “blamed for war crimes of illegal deportation of the population (children) and illegal movement of the population (children) from the occupied territories of Ukraine to the Russian Federation”. .
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Russia did not recognize the ICC and considered the ICC’s decision “legally invalid”.
China’s plan would ratify ‘conquest of Russia’, White House says
Any ceasefire brokered by China would justify an illegal takeover of Ukrainian territory and would not win support from the United States, the White House said:
Jane DaltonMar 18, 2023 06:10
Next week’s Xi Putin meeting: what to expect
Chinese President Xi Jinping will visit Russia from Monday to Wednesday to express his support for President Vladimir Putin, an official in Beijing confirmed.
The two leaders are likely to discuss sanctions evasion plans and China’s interest in brokering a negotiated solution to the war in Ukraine, according to the US-based think tank War Institute.
The Kremlin noted that the two presidents have said they “plan to sign unspecified bilateral documents on a comprehensive partnership between Russia and China and discuss topical issues.”
“Chinese companies have reportedly sold rifles, drone parts, and equipment that could be used for military purposes to Russian entities, and Western intelligence sources say that Chinese leaders said it was considering providing lethal equipment to the ISW in its latest article. Evaluation of the war that followed.
He added that China’s president is likely planning to discuss a sanctions evasion scheme with MRPutin and Russian officials to support the sale and delivery of Chinese-made equipment to Russia.
“President Xi is also likely aiming to promote China’s efforts aimed at positioning it as an impartial third-party broker for negotiations between Russia and Ukraine. “Although we announced a broad 12-point peace proposal for the war in Ukraine on May 24, it remains unclear what will be included in China’s more decisive proposal for a negotiated settlement of the war.” rice field.
The leader of China, Russia’s closest ally in the war with Ukraine, said it was “successful in brokering the restoration of diplomatic relations between Iran and Saudi Arabia” and that “a larger effort to broker this war has been made.” They may try to use it in their efforts,” the think tank pointed out.
alpine ryeMar 18, 2023 05:31
Skyscrapers burning after Russian airstrikes in Avdiuka, Donetsk province:
Jane DaltonMar 18, 2023 04:55
Moscow says ICC decision ‘legally invalid’ after Putin’s arrest warrant
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Russia does not recognize the International Criminal Court and considers its decision “legally invalid”.
The move by an international court to issue an arrest warrant for Russian President Vladimir Putin over war crimes is “outrageous and unacceptable.” Peskov declined to comment when asked if he would avoid traveling to countries where Putin could be arrested on his ICC warrant.
alpine ryeMar 18, 2023 04:02
Arrest warrant issued for ‘outcast’ Putin over war crimes in Ukraine
arrest warrant for Vladimir Putin The International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague accused him of: war crimes They took hundreds of Ukrainian children from orphanages.
The court has accused Putin and his Child Rights Commissioner, Maria Alekseyevna Lvova Belova, of “illegally deporting” children “from the occupied territories of Ukraine to the Russian Federation.”
This means that the court’s 123 member states must detain Putin and bring him to justice if he sets foot on their territory.
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alpine ryeMarch 18, 2023 03:48
Putin has clearly committed war crimes, says Biden
Russian President Vladimir Putin has clearly committed a war crime and the decision by the International Criminal Court (ICC) to issue an arrest warrant for him was justified, his U.S. President Joe Biden said. said yesterday.
“He clearly committed a war crime,” Biden said.
Regarding the warrant from the International Criminal Court, he added: But the problem is that we are not internationally recognized either. But I think it makes a very strong point. “
The ICC has been calling for Putin’s arrest on suspicion of illegal deportation of children and illegal transfer of people from Ukraine to Russia since Moscow’s invasion of neighboring countries began last year. USA is not a member of the ICC.
alpine ryeMar 18, 2023 03:23
Washington says there is no doubt Russia is committing war crimes
There is no doubt that Russia has committed war crimes in Ukraine, a US State Department spokesman said after the International Criminal Court issued an arrest warrant for Vladimir Putin.
“There is no doubt that Russia has committed war crimes and atrocities (in Ukraine) and it is clear that those responsible should be held accountable,” a spokesperson said in an email.
“This was a decision made independently by the ICC prosecutors based on the facts at hand.”
The United States, which is not a member of the ICC, has separately concluded that Russian forces committed war crimes in Ukraine and supports accountability for perpetrators of war crimes, the spokesperson added.
Jane DaltonMar 18, 2023 03:15
‘No Limits’: A Chronology of Putin’s Relationship with Xi Jinping
Jane DaltonMarch 18, 2023 01:55
Russian fighter pilot honored after crash with US drone
The Ministry of Defense in Moscow has announced that a state award will be given to a Russian fighter pilot involved in the crash of a U.S. drone.
The move appears to signal the Kremlin’s intention to adopt a more proactive stance on future US surveillance flights.
The U.S. military said it abandoned an Air Force MQ-9 Reaper in the Black Sea on Tuesday after two Russian fighter jets dumped fuel on a surveillance drone and one of them hit a propeller while flying in international airspace. Stated.
Moscow denies that its own military plane hit the drone, claiming it crashed during a sharp maneuver. It said it responded to violations of a no-fly zone set in the region.
Jane DaltonMarch 18, 2023 00:30
Soldiers ‘afraid of being sent to their own death’ in Bahmut
Ukrainian soldiers fighting in Bakhmut say they fear they will die as Russian forces press relentlessly to capture the city.
Jane DaltonMarch 17, 2023 23:30