Ukrainian intelligence on the ICC decision indicates that the Kremlin is already looking for a successor to Putin
Andrii Yusov, spokesman for Ukraine’s intelligence services, said the Kremlin was looking for a successor to the Russian president following the International Criminal Court’s decision to arrest Russian dictator Vladimir Putin.
Source: Yusov on the air during the joint national 24/7 newscast
Details: Yusov noted that on March 17, Russian propagandists did not mention The Hague in their TV shows [although they did comment on it on social media – ed.]because discussing it would be “a strange and disturbing ‘poll'” for the people of the Russian Federation.
Quote from Yussov“Putin’s circle is shrinking, it is becoming more and more toxic both to the outside world and inside the country.
In particular, there is growing dissatisfaction with what is happening in the towers of the Kremlin. There is an increasingly bleak awareness of the prospects, namely the geopolitical catastrophe of the Putin regime. And yes, there is already talk of finding a successor to Putin, and it is no longer Putin who is looking for one.”
In October last year, Presidential Commissioner for Children’s Affairs Maria Lvova-Bielova told Putin that she had “adopted” a child abducted from Mariupol. According to her, in October 2022 alone, 2,000 children orphaned from social institutions were taken to the Russian Federation, and 350 children from Donbass were placed in “foster families” in 16 oblasts of the Russian Federation.
The Ukrainian side registered the deportation of 16,221 children.
The day before, it was reported that the International Criminal Court was preparing to open two cases on Russia’s war crimes in Ukraine: the abductions of Ukrainian children and the deliberate attacks by Russia against Ukraine’s civilian infrastructure. .
On March 17, Pre-Trial Chamber II of the International Criminal Court issued an arrest warrant against Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday in view of the situation in Ukraine.
All member states of the International Criminal Court are now legally bound to detain and detain Russian President Vladimir Putin as a suspect.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has said that after the historic decision to issue an arrest warrant for Russian President Vladimir Putin, there should be historic responsibility.
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