War in Ukraine: Putin launches wanted notice against Zelensky, an announcement deemed “worthless” by kyiv

War in Ukraine: Putin launches wanted notice against Zelensky, an announcement deemed “worthless” by kyiv
War in Ukraine: Putin launches wanted notice against Zelensky, an announcement deemed “worthless” by kyiv

The wanted notice does not detail specific reasons. Other Ukrainian personalities are concerned.

Several senior Ukrainian officials including the president Volodymyr Zelensky are on Russia’s wanted list. This wanted notice was published this Saturday, May 4 in a notice on the website of the Ministry of the Interior.

Ukrainian leader is wanted “under an article of the Penal Code”, indicates Le Figaro, but the text does not detail the nature of the accusations. The names of the commander of the kyiv ground forces, Oleksandr Pavliukand the former Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko are also on the Kremlin’s wanted list.

Not enough to unduly move the Ukrainian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, which affirmed that the wanted notice against Volodymyr Zelensky demonstrated the “despair of the Russian propaganda and state machine, which no longer knows what to invent to attract attention”.

The ministry also recalled that Vladimir Putin was himself the subject of an arrest warrant issued by the International Criminal Court for the alleged “deportation” to Russia of thousands of Ukrainian children, underlines France 24. mandate well “real” in the face of the Kremlin’s announcements judged “no value”.

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