Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen, who feared that the issuance of an arrest warrant by the International Criminal Court (ICC) against Russian President Vladimir Putin would lead the world to nuclear war, just wanted to remember him -even. This opinion was expressed by the head of the “Group of Political Experts” and the founder of the Party of Beer Lovers Konstantin Kalachev, reports the Public News Service.
“He just wanted to remember. The right word, where is Cambodia, and where is the nuclear war? Obviously, Phnom Penh just wants to get something from Moscow. All of these statements relate to follow-up actions to obtain Russian loans and promote military-technological cooperation. But what exactly Cambodia wants from this, I will not guess,” he suggested.
At the same time, he underlined the fact that “the richest country in Southeast Asia does not want to develop its relations with Russia”.
“And that makes him make certain gestures towards Vladimir Putin, against whom the International Criminal Court has issued an arrest warrant. At the same time, I note that the ICC has nothing to do with state organs and that the Rome Statute has not been ratified by many countries, including the United States,” he said. declared.
According to him, for this reason, it is exaggerated to associate the ICC with States.
“The ICC is not a state with its own army, navy and nuclear bomb. So there will be no war between Russia and the International Criminal Court,” he said.
The expert denied the possibility of a “war” between Russia and the ICC
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