Putin cries out for UK human rights violations while facing war crimes accusations
Russia has added 23 Britons to its entry ban list. UkraineCuriously, the Putin government has targeted “human rights violations” at Belmarsh Prison in south London as one of the issues that has angered Moscow. This was after the International Criminal Court issued the warrant. President of Russiawar crimes allegations Ukraine.
Russia’s Foreign Ministry on Friday announced sanctions against 23 British citizens, including military personnel involved in training Ukrainian soldiers in Britain.
Zink Network Corporation officials were also placed on the list of citizens prohibited from entering Russia.
“Furthermore, restrictions have been placed on many judges and officials of the UK prison system involved in harassing independent journalists,” the Russian Foreign Ministry said.
In particular, the ‘suspension list’ included representatives of the administrators of London’s highest security prison, Barmarsh, known for a series of human rights violations.”
The move was made in retaliation against the British government after it welcomed the decision by the International Criminal Court (ICC) to issue an arrest warrant for the Russian president. Vladimir Putin for war crimes Ukraine.
“We welcome the steps taken by the independent ICC to keep the Russian government at the top. Vladimir Putinto your account.
“Work must continue to investigate the atrocities committed.”
Labor leader and former Prosecutor General Sir Care Sturmer also supported the move.
“Today’s announcement sends an important message: Putin and his allies have nowhere to hide and the world is determined to make them pay for what they have done,” he said.
“These cases are just the tip of the iceberg. One day Putin will face justice. UkraineHer liberty and liberty must remain above ensuring her victory. ”
Putin is unlikely to be arrested anytime soon, but legal experts point to Serbian leader Slobodan Milosevic and Liberian President Charles Taylor as international leaders who have reached the docks of The Hague. .
Deputy Prime Minister and Attorney General Dominic Raab BBC: “I think it’s going to be a long road, but people said about Yugoslavia and Rwanda, and that many of those responsible for the genocide ended up in court docks.
“In the short term, it will be very difficult for Putin to move around the world because there are so many ICC states that are obliged to arrest him.”