Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev said that the arrest of Putin by Germany would be considered an act of war.
Deputy Chairman of the Russian Security Council Dmitry Medvedev said that if Germany complies with the International Criminal Court (ICC) order to arrest Russian President Vladimir Putin on its territory, it would mean the same thing as declaring war on Russia.
Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of Russia Dmitry Medvedev gave an interview to Russian media. Medvedev gave an assessment of the statement of the Minister of Justice of Germany, Marco Buschmann, that, as part of the decision taken by the ICC, Russian President Vladimir Putin would be arrested if he came to Germany.
Medvedev said: “Let’s pretend, frankly, that this is a situation that will never happen, but let’s imagine that it will happen anyway. The head of the nuclear state (Putin) went to Germany and was arrested. What does it mean? This would be a declaration of war on the Russian Federation. In this case, all our rockets will fly to the Bundestag (Federal Assembly of Germany) and the chancellor’s office (German Prime Minister Olaf Scholz).
Referring to the UK’s plan to send depleted uranium munitions to Ukraine, Medvedev said: “Every day foreign weapons are delivered to Ukraine brings the nuclear apocalypse closer.” On the other hand, last Friday the ICC issued an arrest warrant for Putin, whom he accuses of illegally deporting children from Ukraine.
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