Putin visited Crimea while the arrest warrant was issued

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Russian President Vladimir Putin visited Crimea on an unannounced visit. He made the visit on Saturday (March 18) to mark the ninth anniversary of the capture of the peninsula from Ukraine.

The International Court of Justice (ICC) has issued an arrest warrant against Vladimir Putin. Putin has been charged with war crimes. At that time he went on a visit to Crimea.

According to a report by Al-Jazeera, Putin was received by the appointed governor of Russia in Sevastopol, Mikhail Razvozaev, during the visit. The Russian president visited a new children’s center and art school.

“Our President Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin knows how to surprise,” Razvozhaev said in a Telegram message. In a good way.

The Moscow-appointed official also said, ‘Vladimir Vladimirovich came here personally. Driving himself. The Russian President is always with Sevastopol and the people of Sevastopol. ‘

The ICC issued an arrest warrant against Putin accusing him of crimes against humanity in Ukraine. Separately, the court issued an arrest warrant for Maria Alekseevna Lvova-Belova, Russia’s commissioner for children’s rights, on the same charges.

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Michael Fried

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