It is emphasized that Hungary recognized the decision of the International Court of Justice.
Hungary declares that it did not block the joint statement of the countries of the European Union regarding the arrest warrant of the Russian president-dictator Vladimir Putin. Like, messages in the media are fakes.
About this in Twitter said the State Secretary responsible for international communication and international relations in Hungary, Zoltan Kovacs.
He called false media reports that Budapest allegedly vetoed the EU’s position on the decision of the International Criminal Court on the head of the Kremlin.
“Hungary recognized the decision of the ICC and does not wish to comment on it in any way. However, if the High Representative or any member state wants to make a statement, Hungary will not object,” Kovacs said.
The publication Index wrote that Hungary vetoed a joint statement on Putin’s arrest warrantthat is why the head of diplomacy of the European Union, Josep Borrell, published it on his behalf.
Putin’s arrest warrant
International Criminal Court issued warrants for the arrest of the head of the Kremlin, Vladimir Putin. It is about crimes committed in the occupied territories of Ukraine – the illegal deportation of children to the Russian Federation.
Meanwhile The Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation opened a “criminal case” against the prosecutor and judges of the International Criminal Court in The Hague, who previously issued a warrant for Putin’s arrest. There they assure that Putin allegedly enjoys immunity as the head of state.
The Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, Karim Khan, says that the arrest warrants for the President of Russia and the Commissioner for Children’s Rights in the Russian Federation, Maria Lvova-Belova, will be valid for the rest of their lives. until they appear in court.