Today’s decision by the International Criminal Court in The Hague caused a wave of comments around the world.
Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic believes that the decision of the International Criminal Court in The Hague to issue an arrest warrant for Kremlin leader Vladimir Putin in connection with crimes in Ukraine could cause “an escalation of the conflict, which, in turn, could provoke a Third. World War.” On Friday, March 17, reported the Serbian edition of Telegraf.
“The world is sliding into a further escalation of conflict. Both (Russia and the West – ed.) will play “for all or nothing.” The West wants to put additional pressure on everyone who has not been the most categorical against Russian Federation. I am aware of the situation we will face… We are not far from the beginning of the Third World War,” the Serbian leader said.
Vučić emphasized that his country’s position should be to avoid involvement in “foreign conflicts.”
“My job is to be ruthless if necessary to protect our children, that’s my job and I will stay in that job. We have many examples of irresponsible behavior in history. We were always emotional. Everything changed on February 24 last year, and now it’s reversed again. For us, the only salvation is not to be involved in anything,” he added.
Earlier, Vucic said he could not swear that he would not impose sanctions against Russia.
It will be recalled that the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague issued international warrants for the arrest of Russian President Vladimir Putin.
According to the court’s decision, now Putin must be arrested in 123 countries around the world that have ratified the Rome Statute or recognize the jurisdiction of the ICC.
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