Russia-Ukraine: Unfazed by the arrest warrant, Russian President Putin arrives in Ukraine’s Mariupol city for the first time – Russian President Vladimir Putin Makes Surprise Visit To Occupied Ukrainian City Mariupol In The Donetsk Regio | Gallery | The USA Print

Putin reached Ukraine's Mariupol city

Putin reached Ukraine's Mariupol city

Putin reached Ukraine’s Mariupol city
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The war between Russia and Ukraine has been going on for more than a year. Many cities in Ukraine have been completely destroyed. Many countries around the world have imposed various types of sanctions on Russia. The International Criminal Court (ICC) has even issued an arrest warrant against Russian President Vladimir Putin for war crimes in Ukraine. But despite all this, Putin is not ready to back down. On Sunday, Putin suddenly reached Mariupol city of Ukraine. The Russian army has completely occupied this city. The city, which falls in Ukraine’s Donetsk state, has been under Russian occupation since May last year.

Drive the car around the whole city, also talked to people

According to the report, Russian President Vladimir Putin reached Crimea first. From here he suddenly reached Mariupol city of Ukraine via helicopter. Putin himself toured several areas of the city of Mariupol by car. During this he also talked to the local people. Also checked the beach of Mariupol.

What else was special?

  • In Mariupol, Vladimir Putin also met with the top command of his military operation in Ukraine.
  • The Russian leader met with Chief of General Staff Valery Gerasimov, who is in charge of Russia’s offensive in Ukraine.
  • The meeting between the two took place at the Rostov-on-Don command post in southern Russia.

ICC has issued arrest warrant

The International Criminal Court (ICC) on Friday issued an arrest warrant for Russian President Vladimir Putin for war crimes in Ukraine. Court said- Putin has committed war crimes in Ukraine. He is responsible for the crime of kidnapping and deportation of Ukrainian children. However, Russia has denied the allegations of war crimes. Ukraine has also responded to the warrant. The war-torn country said this is just the beginning. After the warrant, even more difficult challenges are going to come in front of Putin.

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