‘Toilet paper’, Kremlin’s strong reaction to the issuance of an arrest warrant against Putin

News Daily Digital Desk: Children are the most affected by the Russia-Ukraine War, which has lasted for more than a year. The International Criminal Court (ICC) has issued an arrest warrant against Russian President Vladimir Putin for violating child protection laws. The Kremlin would be angry with this step of the ICC. The Russian administration responded strongly to the arrest warrant as ‘toilet paper’. In the words of Dmitry Peskov, Kremlin spokesman, “Such accusations against Russia are completely baseless, null and void in the eyes of the law.” Their actions are totally unacceptable.”

Ukraine is not a member of the ICC even though Putin has been accused of violating the rights of children in Ukraine. Not Russia. According to experts, no matter how many arrest warrants are issued against Putin, he is unlikely to be arrested in his own country. However, Putin can be arrested in any of the 123 ICC member countries. There is so much potential in the pen in the ledger. When Peskov was asked about this, his answer was, “I can’t say more than that. What I told you to say about this.” Like much of the international community, it is impossible to arrest Putin right now even if the ICC issues an arrest warrant. One reason is Putin’s influence in international diplomatic circles.

[আরও পড়ুন: আসানসোল কম্বল কাণ্ড: আদালতে নিজেই সওয়াল জিতেন্দ্রর, ৮ দিনের পুলিশি হেফাজতের নির্দেশ বিচারকের]

In the midst of all this, Putin suddenly went to the city of Mariupol in Ukraine on a ‘surprise visit’. According to a news agency, Putin went there by helicopter in the dark of night. Discusses how to rebuild a city devastated by a Russian missile attack. According to the agency, Putin also spoke with some local residents of Mariupol.

[আরও পড়ুন: মামাতো ভাইয়ের শিক্ষকতার ‘অবৈধ’ চাকরি! ফাঁস করে দিতে চাইতেই কি সপরিবারে খুন দুর্গাপুরের যুবক?]

Incidentally, due to the war between the two countries, Mariupol in Ukraine is currently occupied by the Russian army for the past 10 months. But Putin wants to rebuild the city, which has been destroyed by war. So go there suddenly. Apparently, Putin’s ‘surprise visit’ in Mariupol seems like this, but according to the international community, the matter is not so simple. Surely the Russian president has some other secret plan behind this.

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