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Serbian President: Putin Arrest Warrant Makes Peace Harder

The international arrest warrant for Russian President Vladimir Putin will have negative consequences and only prolong the war in Ukraine, Serbian president Aleksandar Vučić said on March 19.

On March 17, the International Criminal Court (ICC) had issued the arrest warrant for Putin, accusing him of war crimes such as abducting children from Ukraine during the Russo-Ukraine conflict that began last February.

However, Vučić, who had previously touted his personal ties with Putin, slammed the court’s decision.

“I think issuing an arrest warrant for Putin, not to go into legal matters, will have bad political consequences and it says that there is a great reluctance to talk about peace [and] about truce” in Ukraine, Vučić said in an interview with reporters in Belgrade.

“My question is now that you have accused him of the biggest war crimes, who are you going to talk to now?” Vučić added.

“Do you really think that it is possible to defeat Russia in a month, three months or a year?” he asked, elaborating, “There is no doubt that the goal of those who did this is to make it difficult for Putin to communicate, so that everyone who talks to him is aware that he is accused of war crimes.”

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