The Chairman of the Russian State Duma, Vyacheslav Volodin, proposed drafting amendments banning any activity of the International Criminal Court (ICC) in Russia and providing for a penalty for any assistance to the organization.
“It is necessary to develop amendments that prohibit any activity of the ICC on our territory and to provide for sanctions for any assistance or support to the Court,” Volodin wrote on his Telegram channel. The Russian politician also proposed working towards concluding bilateral agreements with friendly countries to agree to mutually abstain from any cooperation or assistance to the ICC.
“The Russian Supreme Commander-in-Chief should also have the right to take any action to protect our citizens from decisions made by international organizations that contradict Russia's constitutional norms,” he added.
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