Vladimir Putin appeared in Mariupol. According to Russian state media, a war criminal drove a car at night in an occupied city

Vladimir Putin, wanted on an international arrest warrant, appeared in Russian-occupied parts of Ukraine. According to Kremlin services, the dictator appeared in Mariupol. As pointed out by Russian Internet users, the thesis put forward by the authors of crime novels confirms that “the criminal will appear at the scene of the crime sooner or later.” However, it is doubtful that the Russian dictator’s double was not sent to the occupied territories.

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On Friday The International Criminal Court in The Hague has ordered the arrest of Vladimir PutinHe is suspected of committing the war crime of deporting Ukrainian children deep into Russia.

Putin first in Crimea, then Mariupol?

Immediately after the publication of the court’s decision, the Russian The dictator appeared in Russian-occupied Crimea – where his behavior drew the attention of commentators..

Then, according to the RIA Novosti agency, he went to the port city of Mariupol on the Sea of ​​Azov, which was completely destroyed by the Russian army.

An official Kremlin video shows Putin driving his car through city streets at night and then into a concert hall. However, it is difficult to verify the authenticity of the frames presented. It was Putin’s first visit to the newly occupied part of Ukraine.

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The Tass news agency, linked to the Russian regime, says Putin flew there by helicopter to meet with local officials. In the video, he sits in a car with Russian Deputy Prime Minister Marat Khuznulin and explains how the city is being rebuilt.

Independent Russian media, however, point out that it is not certain that the dictator was actually in Mariupol. This is only proven by the laws published by the pro-Kremlin propaganda media.

Will the dictator be held accountable for war crimes?

Ukraine accuses Vladimir Putin of war crimes: starting a war, killing civilians, destroying civilian infrastructure, raping, torturing, imprisoning Ukrainians and nationalizing Ukrainian children.

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