An arrest warrant has been issued against President Vladimir Putin and Russia’s child rights commissioner. After this decision of the International Criminal Court, Russia has intensified attacks on Ukraine. The Ukrainian Air Force said on Saturday that its country was attacked by 16 Russian drones on Friday night. The Air Force Command wrote in a telegram that 11 out of 16 drones were shot down in the central, western and eastern sectors. The areas targeted include Kiev, western Lviv province.
Serhiy Popko, head of the Kiev city administration, said the Ukrainian air force shot down all drones flying towards the Ukrainian capital. Maxim Kozitsky, the regional governor of Lviv, said that 3 of the 6 drones were shot down, while the other three targeted the district bordering Poland. According to the Ukrainian Air Force, the attacks were carried out from the eastern coast of the Sea of Azov and the Bryansk province of Russia, which borders Ukraine.
34 airstrikes in 24 hours
The Ukrainian military said Russia carried out 34 airstrikes, fired one missile and fired 57 anti-aircraft fire in the past 24 hours. A Russian rocket targeted a residential area in the city of Zaporizhzhya on Friday night. Anatoly Kurtaev of the Zaporizhzhya City Council said there were no reports of any damage, but several houses and an animal shelter were destroyed.
what is the allegation against putin
Significantly, the International Criminal Court (ICC) has issued an arrest warrant against Russian President Vladimir Putin for war crimes due to his alleged involvement in the kidnapping of children from Ukraine. The ICC said that Putin was responsible for war crimes related to the illegal deportation of children and the illegal transfer of children from the occupied territories of Ukraine to the Russian Federation. An arrest warrant has also been issued against Maria Alekseyevna Lvova-Belova, Commissioner for Children’s Rights in the Office of the Russian President, in connection with similar allegations.
Get the more latest news updates