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Written by SOT.COM.AL 24 Maj 2023
The President of Moldova, Maia Sandu, said that Moldova will arrest the President of Russia, Vladimir Putin, if he enters the territory of her country.
"The Republic of Moldova will respect the decision of the International Criminal Court, which issued an arrest warrant for Vladimir Putin for war crimes committed in Ukraine, and if he enters the territory of our country, he will be arrested," the Moldovan president said in a conversation with foreign journalists, reports M1 Moldova.
She emphasized that for now there is no danger of a military invasion of Moldova by Russia.
"Now there is no risk of a military invasion for Moldova because of Ukraine, which keeps the Russian army away from our borders, but we are facing attempts by Russia to destabilize it. Fortunately, our institutions have managed to protect the country and we are becoming more resistant", said Sandu.
She expressed gratitude that for the first time since independence, Moldova is not dependent on Russian energy.
"For many years we see that Russia is trying to blackmail us with energy, and I want to tell you that today, for the first time since independence, Moldova, with the exception of the Transnistria region, does not consume Russian gas. We are working, becoming more resilient, but of course we need support. "Propaganda is a big problem and it has affected our democratic process", she emphasized.
We recall that the International Criminal Court issued an arrest warrant for Putin in mid-March, accusing him of war crimes.
Thus, 123 member countries of this court are obliged to arrest the leader of the Kremlin if he enters their territory. Moscow has repeatedly denied allegations that its armed forces have committed crimes in Ukraine.
Moldova ratified the treaty establishing the International Criminal Court, which entered into force on January 1, 2011.