Day 388 of the Invasion of Ukraine: Biden called Putin's Arrest Warrant a "Very Strong Move" by the ICC
Day 388 of the invasion of Ukraine. Summary of key events in the last 24 hours:
- Putin arrived in Crimea for the anniversary of the annexation of the peninsula
- Biden called Putin's arrest warrant a "very strong move" by the ICC
- Russia: The ICC order for Putin's arrest is legally null and void
- Kyiv hails ICC's "historic" warrant on Putin
- VSU: Over 100 repelled attacks, 10 downed drones and 34 airstrikes on the Russian side
- ISW: Putin and Xi Jinping will seek sanctions-busting schemes for China to sell equipment to Russia
Putin arrived in Crimea for the anniversary of the annexation of the peninsula
9 years after Russia annexed Crimea and a day after the news of the warrant issued for his arrest, Vladimir Putin made his first public appearance.
The Russian president arrived on an unannounced visit to the annexed peninsula, where anniversary celebrations are planned today.
The Kremlin reports that Putin met with the Moscow-appointed governor of Sevastopol and that he visited a newly opened children's center.
The Russian president has not yet commented on yesterday's decision of the Court in The Hague.
Biden called Putin's arrest warrant a "very strong move" by the ICC
The order of the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague for the arrest of Russian President Vladimir Putin caused a wave of reactions.
The magistrates' statement said there are grounds to believe that President Putin bears personal responsibility for war crimes committed in occupied territories in Ukraine, such as the...
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