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Chechnya leader Kadyrov says ICC caved in under foreign master

Chapter Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov accused the International Criminal Court (ICC) of losing its independent status. He wrote about it in his Telegram.

“The international tribunal showed that he had no independent status, but skillfully yielded under the overseas master, in a hurry to carry out his orders. Moreover, they were in such a hurry to lick his hand that ‘they didn’t have time to work on the wording,” Kadyrov said, calling “pompous democracy and liberalism” in the West “a lie and antics.”

He also blamed other organizations for the loss of independence and impartiality, including EU, NATO And UN. “They execute commands synchronously and always unipolar. Again and again they show their true colors. They are just different puppets, which are controlled from within by the same hand from the West,” the leader of Chechnya said.

Pre-Trial Chamber II of the International Criminal Court attached decision to issue arrest warrants against the President of Russia Vladimir Poutine and Presidential Commissioner for Children’s Rights Maria Lvova-Belova with the situation on Ukraine. The ICC statement says it is linked to the “illegal export of children” from Ukraine.

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