“Attention, wanted!”: Ukrainian electric trains issued their “warrant” for the arrest of Putin (photo)
In passenger cars in Kyiv, Lvov and Kharkov, they noticed an announcement about a dangerous criminal.
Ukrzaliznytsia trains supported the trend initiated on March 17 by the International Criminal Court of The Hague regarding the issuance of a warrant for the arrest of Russian leader Vladimir Putin.
In particular, in passenger cars in Kyiv, Lvov and Kharkov, they noticed an announcement about the search for a dangerous criminal – Putin. The corresponding photos are published by the TyKiev telegram channel.
The announcements indicate that the criminal can be taken alive, but it is still better if he is dead – Ukrainians are urged not to restrain themselves during Putin’s arrest.
International arrest warrant for Putin
Recall that on March 17, the International Criminal Court of The Hague issued an arrest warrant for the leader of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin and the Commissioner for Children’s Rights of the Russian Federation Maria Alekseevna Lvova-Belova because of their likely involvement in the deportation of Ukrainian children.
This means that now it will be difficult for Russian political criminals to travel to at least 123 countries participating in the Rome Charter, since law enforcement officers will have the right to arrest Putin and Lvova-Belova on their territory.
As the head of the British Ministry of Justice summed up yesterday, the leader of the Russian Federation will not be able to ignore this ban so easily. Aleksey Danilov, Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council, also spoke about the consequences of this decision.
Throughout its history, the ICC has also issued similar warrants to criminal world leaders such as Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir, Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, and Côte d’Ivoire President Laurent Gbagbo.