Vucic called the ICC warrant for the arrest of Putin a step towards the biggest conflict in history
The president Serbia Alexander Vucic stated that the issuance by the Hague International Criminal Court (ICC) of a warrant for the arrest of the President of Russia Vladimir Putin is a step towards the biggest conflict in human history. It is reported by TASS.
As the Serbian President said, when he was informed about the decision of the ICC, he decided to think about what to say and what to do.
“The only thing that is certain is that this is an escalation that has no end. I am afraid that we may be heading towards the biggest conflict in the history of the world,” Vucic said.
He also added that in this regard, he wonders if anyone is smart enough not to bring this situation “to the end” and whether anyone understands what consequences this decision can lead to.
On March 17, the Pre-trial Chamber of the ICC issued an arrest warrant for Putin and the Commissioner for Children’s Rights under the President of the Russian Federation, Maria Lvova-Belova, due to possible involvement in “illegal deportation and displacement of the population, in particular children,” from Ukraine to the Russian Federation. Presidential Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov stated that the decision of the ICC in the Kremlin is considered null and void.