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Written by Elmas Bogdani 21 Mars 2023
The International Criminal Court (ICC) had to take action against Russian President Vladimir Putin. But behind the scenes, this is a move aimed at pushing Vladimir Putin to negotiate an end to the war between Ukraine and Russia. In recent days, the International Criminal Court has issued an arrest warrant for the Kremlin's number one accused of deporting Ukrainian children. Behind this court decision is a political movement, which aims to open serious peace talks. And Repubblica reveals further background: "According to sources directly involved in the investigations, the arrest warrant on Friday was requested by Great Britain and could serve as a bargaining chip for negotiations." The other line of investigation concerns the war crimes committed against Kiev, and this is exactly where Western efforts are being focused. "The case of the children is not particularly strong, compared to the seriousness of all the other crimes committed, but it serves to warn Putin and his allies that they will not get away anyway. It is therefore one of the many hostages put on the table to favor and prepare the negotiations. If he makes concessions in the process of ending the war, opponents may delay this investigation. Anyway, the real investigation that will send Putin to court is not this one, but the other one in progress", is the explanation of the newspaper about the trafficking of minors, separated from their families and deportees. A signal that this may be the right way forward came from Russia itself through the mouth of the spokesperson of the Foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova: "Any agreement with Ukraine must include the cancellation of sanctions and all lawsuits against Russia in international courts. Alongside the international recognition of the new territorial realities". Now it's just a matter of time.
The International Criminal Court (ICC) had to take action against Russian President Vladimir Putin for alleged war crimes and it was a "grim" case, not a moment for self-pity, ICC chief prosecutor Karim Khan said on Monday. Moscow rejects these accusations and considers the ICC arrest warrant unacceptable, but also senseless, remembering that Russia is not a party to the Rome Statute, like many other states, and does not recognize the jurisdiction of the ICC. of. The Rome Statute, which established the ICC in 2002, was ratified by 123 states. However, the US, China, Israel, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and Iran are not among them, and neither is India, which will host the G20 meeting in September, where the Russian president is also expected to attend. "This is not a moment for triumphalism and a pat on the back, bring the children back, unite the children. If there is any truth to the claims that this is for the benefit of the children, send them back to their country of origin instead of giving them a foreign passport," Khan said.