We will publish the names of those involved in Sudan war crimes

Today, Saturday, the International Criminal Prosecutor revealed that Current war crimes in Sudan committed throughout the country, vowing to publish the names of those involved in Sudan’s war crimes in a timely manner.

Karim Khan added to Al-Arabiya / Al-Hadath that the Sudanese government was not serious about the investigation of Darfur crimes, indicating that Khartoum had never cooperated with them even before the war between the army and the Rapid Support Forces.

He also said, “Darfur is now exposed to more heinous crimes than it previously witnessed,” adding that the ICC is looking into allegations of war crimes recently committed in Sudan.

“Dozens of bodies are dumped in the streets of Darfur as a result of the current fighting,” he added.

In addition, he touched on the Libyan file and said, “We need real partnerships to make our mission in Libya a success.”

Putin’s arrest

He also talked about issuing an arrest warrant against Russian President Vladimir Putin, indicating that there is no error in issuing an arrest warrant for the Kremlin leader.

“It was independent judges who issued the warrant for Putin’s arrest,” he said.

The International Criminal Court issued an arrest warrant against Putin and the Russian Commissioner for Children’s Rights, Maria Lvova Belova, in March for the war crime of illegal deportation of children.

Russia – like the United States, Ukraine and China – is not a member of the International Criminal Court.

Since the court does not conduct trials in absentia, Putin would either have to be extradited by Moscow or be arrested outside Russia.

The court includes 123 countries, and the law of the International Criminal Court stipulates that all state parties have a legal obligation to cooperate with the court, and this means that they are obligated to implement the arrest warrants.

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