Arrest warrant issued against Vladimir Putin angered Russia, violent attacks on Ukraine
The Ukrainian military said Russia carried out 34 airstrikes in the past 24 hours. One missile has been fired and anti-aircraft fire has been carried out 57 times.
Russia has stepped up attacks on Ukraine following a decision by the International Criminal Court to issue arrest warrants for President Vladimir Putin and Russia’s child rights commissioner. The Ukrainian Air Force issued a statement on Saturday saying that Russia attacked Ukraine with 16 Russian drones on Friday night. , In a telegram, the air force command wrote that 11 out of 16 drones were shot down in the central, western and eastern regions, the districts targeted include Kiev, western Lviv province.
Kyiv city chief issued statement
Serhiy Popko, head of the Kiev city administration, said the Ukrainian air force shot down all drones flying towards the Ukrainian capital, while Lviv’s regional governor, Maxim Kojitsky, said on Saturday that three of the six were shot down, while the others were shot down. 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.
air force statement
The Ukrainian military said Russia carried out 34 airstrikes in the past 24 hours. One missile has been fired and anti-aircraft fire has been carried out 57 times. 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 matter?
The International Criminal Court has issued an arrest warrant against Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday (March 17, 2023). The International Criminal Court said it has issued an arrest warrant for Russian President Putin for war crimes over his alleged involvement in the kidnapping of children from Ukraine.
The court said in its statement that Putin is allegedly responsible for the illegal deportation and abduction of Ukrainian children from the occupied territories of Ukraine by Russia. Under these allegations, a warrant has also been issued against Maria Alekseyevna Lvova-Belova, Commissioner of Children’s Rights in the Office of the President.