Former Russian President Medvedev threatens missile attack on International Court, know why

Former Russian President Medvedev threatens missile attack on International Court, know why

Russia Missile Threatens To International Court: Former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has threatened a missile attack after the International Criminal Court (ICC) issued an arrest warrant for Russian President Vladimir Putin. Medvedev warned ICC judges to “look closely at the sky”, and called the International Court of Justice “a pathetic international organization”.

Let us tell you that Dmitry Medvedev is one of the closest leaders of Vladimir Putin in Russia. He has also been the Prime Minister of Russia, and is currently the Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of Russia. Now the warning given by him to the ICC judges has come in headlines in the media of western countries.

‘Fire missiles at the building of the International Court of Justice..’
Reportedly, Medvedev wrote in a telegram, “I’m afraid, gentlemen… everyone is answerable to God and the missiles. Imagine a hypersonic missile from a Russian warship in the North Sea hitting the (court) building in The Hague.” If stained. It cannot be dropped. It will all turn to dust. I am really afraid of it.” Along with this, Medvedev warned to “watch the sky closely”.

ICC finds Putin guilty of war crimes
Medvedev’s warning to the International Criminal Court (ICC) has been given when the ICC recently found Putin guilty of war crimes in Ukraine, and issued an arrest warrant against him. But Russia has denied any kind of atrocities in Ukraine. Since the war between both Russia and Ukraine broke out in February last year, no one is ready to give up and thousands of lives have been lost in this war so far. Millions of people of Ukraine have left their country and gone to western countries.

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