Ukraine’s intelligence finds out how Kremlin's ‘towers’ reacted to decision to arrest Putin
After the decision of the International Criminal Court to issue an arrest warrant for Vladimir Putin, the Kremlin began looking for a replacement for the Russian dictator
Andriy Yusov, a representative of Ukraine's Defense Intelligence, said this during a national telethon.
"There is growing dissatisfaction in the Kremlin's 'towers' with what is happening. There is an increasingly gloomy understanding of the prospects, namely the geopolitical catastrophe of the Putin regime. And yes, we are already talking about the search for Putin's successor, and it is no longer Putin who is looking for him," Yusov said.
He also noted that after The Hague's decision, Russian propagandists ignored it.
"The very fact of discussing this news, even for the zombie population of the Russian Federation, would be a strange and disturbing wake-up call. To say that the 'special operation' is going according to plan, and then to receive a wanted list and an arrest warrant from the ICC – even Solovyov and Skabeyeva will find it difficult to connect these things together," Yusov is convinced.
On Friday, March 17, the International Criminal Court in The Hague issued an arrest warrant for Russian President Vladimir Putin and Russian Children's Rights Commissioner Maria Lvova-Belova.
Representatives of various states and international organizations reacted to the ICC's decision. They were later joined by representatives of the United Kingdom and Canada, who unambiguously supported the court's position.
Later, US President Joe Biden told reporters that the ICC's arrest warrant for Putin was justified because the Russian president had committed war crimes.
President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has stated that there is a "real prospect" for the case of Russia's illegal deportation of Ukrainian children, in which the International Criminal Court has issued an arrest warrant for Russian President Vladimir Putin