The famous Ukrainian tennis player Alexander Dolgopolov, from the first days of the full-scale invasion of Russia, went to serve in the Armed Forces of Ukraine, reacted to the decision of the International Criminal Court (ICC) to issue a warrant for the arrest of Russian President Vladimir Putin. Dolgopolov asked the experts a question, hinting at the imminent death of the dictator.
“Was there a single person wanted by the International Criminal Court who lived a long free life and died a natural death in freedom?” Dolgopolov wrote on his Twitter.
Recall that the ISS also issued a warrant for the arrest of the Russian commissioner for children’s rights, Maria Lvova-Belova. The Foreign Ministry of the aggressor states said that Moscow is not concerned about the decision of the International Criminal Court in The Hague.
As GLOBAL HAPPENINGS reported, on February 27, Dolgopolov reminded the world of the war crimes of the Russian Federation. The 34-year-old resident of Kiev clearly demonstrated the lies of propaganda, one of the main goals of the war in Ukraine, which calls “the defense of Donbass.”
Earlier, Dolgopolov said that the war with Russia would end for our country. He also said that there really are men left in Ukraine who can be mobilized to fight the aggressors.
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