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Berlin’s Stance on Putin Arrest Warrant Leads to Escalation

BERLIN (Sputnik) – The position of some German government officials regarding the arrest warrant issued by the International Criminal Court (ICC) against Russian President Vladimir Putin is causing concern and indicating their intention to further escalate tensions with Moscow, a said Russian Ambassador to Germany Sergei Nechaev. on Sunday.

“The irresponsible statements by some German representatives that they support the illegal and completely absurd ICC decision and are ready to implement it are extremely disturbing and indicate how far removed from reality they are in their efforts to further aggravate the conflict with Russia,” Nechaev said. cited by the Russian Embassy in Berlin.

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov has repeatedly stated that Russia is not a party to the ICC and its jurisdiction is not recognized by Moscow, so all its decisions against the country are void d a legal point of view.

Russia will proceed according to its interests in the issue of Russian-German diplomatic relations after Berlin’s statement on the arrest warrant for President Vladimir Putin, Dmitry Peskov said.

“Russia is doing and will do everything that suits its interests,” Peskov told reporters.

The Kremlin spokesman reiterated that Russia considers any decision by the ICC to be “legally void” for Moscow.

Earlier in the day, German Justice Minister Marco Buschmann said the arrest warrant for Putin would come into effect after the International Criminal Court (ICC) made a request for the warrant to be executed.

On Friday, the ICC issued an arrest warrant for Putin as well as Russian Commissioner for Children’s Rights Maria Lvova-Belova, citing “the illegal transfer of population (children) from occupied areas of Ukraine to the Russian Federation”. Meanwhile, German Justice Minister Marco Buschmann has told German media that the arrest warrant against Putin will be in effect in Germany after the ICC requests its execution. German Chancellor Olaf Sholz also backed the mandate during his visit to Japan on Saturday, saying “no one is above the law”.

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