The Ombudsman for Children’s Rights reacted to his “arrest” by the court in The Hague Russian News EN

Ombudsman Lvova-Belova called her ‘arrest’ by The Hague court an assessment of helping children

The decision of the unrecognized Russia International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague about the “arrest” of Maria Lvova-Belova, Commissioner for Children’s Rights under the President of the Russian Federation, is strange. About this mediator for children declared on the TV channel “Russia 24”.

She pointed out that “such completely sarcastic things” indicate that there is no other way to intimidate the country. The Ombudsman assured that she would continue to work, despite the actions of the ICC.

Also Lvova-Belova reported RBC that by its decision the international community appreciated “helping the children of our country, so that Russia does not leave them in the war zone”. “There have been sanctions from all countries, now there is an arrest warrant, I wonder what will happen next,” added the mediator.

Previously March 17 ICC gave to warrant for the “arrest” of the Russian leader Vladimir Poutine and Presidential Commissioner for Children’s Rights Maria Lvova-Belova. It was clarified that the ICC took this decision in relation to the situation on Ukraine.

The ICC has already declared on the intention to initiate two criminal proceedings against Russia for war crimes in Ukraine. Moscow repeatedly denied the charges and called them false. President Putin’s Press Secretary Dmitry Peskovin turn, saidthat Russia does not recognize the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court.

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