Peskov talks about Putin's reaction to the warrant for his arrest issued by the ICC: we are carefully recording everything
Dmitry Peskov, the press secretary of Russian President Vladimir Putin, spoke about the dictator's personal attitude to the International Criminal Court's decision to issue an arrest warrant for him. The defendant in the case of the kidnapping of Ukrainian children "takes it calmly" and "does not take it to heart".
The Kremlin spokesman was quoted by Russian media. He stressed that the Russian Federation allegedly regularly observes "openly hostile manifestations against our country and our president in the world".
"If you take each of these hostile manifestations to heart, nothing good will come of it. That's why we take it calmly, we record everything carefully," Peskov said.
He added that the Russian authorities in general and President Putin in particular continue to work.
Earlier, Peskov said that the Kremlin allegedly could not take into account the ICC's decision, which ordered Russia to immediately stop its invasion of Ukraine. However, the order is binding under international law.
In addition, the Investigative Committee of Russia announced its decision to add to the sanctions lists the persons who issued the warrant against the Russian President. This applies to the judges of the International Criminal Court - Rosario Salvatore Aitala, Antoine Kezia Mindua and Tomoko Akane.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL:
- in August 2023, Russian dictator Vladimir Putin is to attend the BRICS summit in Durban, South Africa. Legally, this country is obliged to execute the arrest warrant for the Russian president;
- Russia threw a tantrum after German Justice Minister Mark Buschmann announced his intention to arrest dictator Vladimir Putin. Citizens of the terrorist state threatened Germany with a military invasion in their usual manner.
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