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The Kremlin is already looking to replace Putin following an arrest warrant from the ICC – HUR

Pro-Ukrainian demonstrations in Yerevan

Ukrainian intelligence believes Russian propagandists chose not to mention the decision of the court in The Hague during their shows on March 17 because it would be “a strange and too disturbing call for the Russian people” to discuss it.

“Putin’s circle is shrinking, he is becoming more and more toxic, both to the outside world and to the inside,” Yusov said.

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“Particularly in the Kremlin towers, dissatisfaction with what is happening is growing. There is an increasingly gloomy awareness of the prospects, namely the geopolitical catastrophe of the Putin regime. And yes, they are already talking about finding a successor to Putin, and it is no longer Putin who is looking for him.”

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The International Criminal Court, or ICC, based in The Hague, Netherlands, issued arrest warrants against Putin and Russia’s Ombudsman for Children, Maria Lvova-Belova, on March 17. They are accused of illegally deporting children from Ukraine to Russia since February 24, 2022. .

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Ukrainian Attorney General Andriy Kostin has said that Putin can be arrested in the 123 countries that have ratified the Rome Statute – the founding charter of the ICC.

Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman Maria Zakharova and Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov have said the Kremlin deems the order “legally null and void” because Russia is not a party to the Rome Statute.

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