It is reported TASS.
“Godinez Sergio Gerardo Ugalde. He is wanted under the article of the Criminal Code,” – said the database of the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs.
The SC of Russia initiated a criminal case against ICC prosecutor Karim Ahmad Khan and judges Rosario Salvatore Aitala, Sergio Gerardo Ugalde Godinez and Tomoko Akane. The occupiers believe that their actions are deliberately illegal, as “there are no grounds for bringing the president and the children’s ombudsman to criminal responsibility.”
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On March 17, the International Criminal Court in The Hague issued an arrest warrant for Russian President Vladimir Putin.
On May 19, the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs announced a wanted list of prosecutors of the International Criminal Court, Karim Khan, who issued a warrant for Putin’s arrest. The Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation initiated criminal proceedings against the prosecutor of the International Criminal Court and the judge of the International Criminal Court Rosario Salvatore Aytal regarding “preparation for an attack on a representative of a foreign state who enjoys international protection.”
The ICC reacted to Russia’s search for the prosecutor, calling it an attempt to violate the mandate.
In addition, the decision to open a criminal case against the prosecutor and three judges of the International Criminal Court, who were involved in the investigation of crimes during Russia’s war of aggression against Ukraine, was strongly condemned by the European Union.
On July 27, in Russia, the ICC judge Tomoko Akane, who issued a warrant for the arrest of the President of the Russian Federation and children’s ombudsman Maria Lvova-Belova, was wanted. Later, the head of the ISS Peter Hofmanskyi, the first vice-president of the ISS Luz del Carmen Ibáñez Carranza and judge Bertram Schmitt were declared wanted
Later, on August 8, it was reported that the four countries that are parties to the Rome Statute, Great Britain, Costa Rica, Italy and Japan, issued a joint statement in which they expressed concern about the criminal cases of the Russian Federation against the prosecutor and judges of the ICC.