Volodin instructed to work out effective measures to protect the president from attacks by the West


Today, March 21, Chairman of the State Duma Vyacheslav Volodin instructed the Committee on International Affairs, together with the country’s law enforcement agencies, to study the issue and propose effective measures to protect the country’s sovereignty and the institution of the president from attacks from Western countries. He stated this at the plenary session.

We are talking about bringing to justice the judges of the International Criminal Court (ICC) for the decision against the President of Russia Vladimir Putin.

“The president is the head of state, and all attacks on him are attacks on the country,” – the speaker of the State Duma emphasized.

According to Volodin, it is also necessary to sort out the issue of the European Union’s payment of 10 million euros to the International Criminal Court, which is direct bribery of judges.

“This is corruption, this is direct bribery of judges. This issue needs to be dealt with.” – he said.

“Those who make such decisions should be moved from Brussels to Lefortovo,” Volodin stressed. – Tam says (head of European diplomacy Josep) Borrell on behalf of the European Union. Let him come and testify to our Investigative Committee on his deeds.”

“And so, to the applause of this senile (US President Joe) Biden, who does not know what happened before lunch, they made decisions. All of Europe is in a state of tension – a crisis. It is quite obvious that their judgment does not apply to the Russian Federation at all,” – said the speaker of parliament.

“The President of the country is an institution. You and I must protect the institutions,” he pointed out.

The proposal to send the ambassadors of those countries whose judges made decisions regarding the President of Russia, during the plenary session, was made by the first deputy head of the Communist Party faction Nikolay Kolomeytsev.

As emphasized in turn by the head of the LDPR faction, the head of the committee on international affairs Leonid Slutskyattacks on the President of Russia and the Commissioner for Children’s Rights in the Russian Federation – “an outrageous act that should be condemned everywhere at all international platforms in all countries.”

The MP recalled that Russia had not ratified the Rome Statute, which established the ICC.

“Our response was to initiate a real criminal case against the prosecutor and judges of the International Criminal Court in connection with the obviously illegal nature of their decision,” Slutsky said.

As reported EADailyOn March 17, the ICC issued arrest warrants for Putin and the Commissioner for Children’s Rights under the President of the Russian Federation Maria Lvova-Belova on charges of “illegal deportation” of Ukrainian children. Commenting on this decision, the press secretary of the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov noted that Moscow does not recognize the jurisdiction of the ICC. In turn, the official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry Maria Zakharovaspeaking about the information received from The Hague, said that the decisions of the ICC have no meaning for Russia, and possible arrest warrants are legally void.

EU justice ministers issued a statement on March 20 in support of the ICC investigation. The representative of Hungary did not sign it.

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