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Restricting International Organizations and Public Calls

The Russian parliament is taking a decisive stance against international organizations that are “directed against Russia.” Vyacheslav Volodin, the head of the opposition State Duma, has announced that new amendments will be introduced to ban the activities of the International Criminal Court, along with other bodies that pose a threat to Russia. In addition, the public will be prohibited from making any public calls for the implementation of the decisions made by such organizations.

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Punitive Measures for Supporting International Organizations

Criminal liability will be imposed for those who support international organizations such as the International Criminal Court. Proposals are already underway to introduce fines and imprisonment for individuals who are found to be supporting these organizations. This move is aimed at ensuring that individuals within Russia do not contribute to the activities of organizations that are seen as hostile to Russia.

The Fallout from the International Criminal Court’s Arrest Warrant

On March 17, the International Criminal Court issued an arrest warrant for Russian President Vladimir Putin, citing his alleged involvement in the illegal deportation of Ukrainian citizens. In response, the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued a statement, stating that the court’s decision was irrelevant to Russia since it is not a signatory to the Rome Statute and does not cooperate with the International Criminal Court.

Americans’ Concerns over Russia’s Chairmanship in the UN Security Council

As Russia prepares to take over the chairmanship of the UN Security Council, concerns have been raised by experts over the possibility of Russia using this platform to promote its propaganda. American media outlet Fox News has reported on the growing unease over Russia’s increasing influence in the international community.

Kremlin Allegations of Special Services Involvement in Organizing Explosion

On April 3, the Kremlin announced that it had evidence implicating special services in the murder of Tatarsky, alleging that they were involved in organizing the explosion. This comes as the Russian government continues to tighten its grip on dissent and attempts to silence any criticism of its activities.

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