The report of the Prosecutor of the international criminal court (ICC) for Ukraine shows that this organ lost its impartiality and objectivity As a tool of international law, said the official authorized Russian foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova.
"Our analysis demonstrated, after all, this is another proof that this organ, I mean the ICC, has lost its status as an objective and impartial tool of international justice ", - transfers its words of RIA " news ".
in her expressions, the analysis of the situation in Ukraine and the Maidan events, As listed in the report, this " parallel reality ". As said Commissioner of the Ministry of foreign Affairs, the Prosecutor is not interested in the activities of the Ukrainian nationalists, " if they are not there "." in this regard, it is not surprising that the Prosecutor simply did not pay attention to the active attention of foreign forces to the situation on the Maidan, " she said. The section on the situation in Crimea, the diplomat said, looks even more absurd." Anyone who visited the Crimea, is well aware that such a statement (contained in the report) indicates that the Prosecutor had not even made attempts to understand the situation, most likely, the story is just about execution of a political order ", - she said. Remember, on Tuesday it was announced that the international criminal court in the Hague declared the reunification of the Crimea with Russia amounted to an armed conflict between Ukraine and Russia. On Wednesday, the head of Vladimir Putin has signed a decree on the refusal of Russia to participate in the Rome Statute of the international criminal court. The foreign Ministry told that the international criminal court has not justified the hopes assigned to him, becoming dependent on. In addition, the Ministry stressed concern with the position of the ICC in relation to the events of August 2008, when Tbilisi launched a war against peaceful Tskhinvali. Press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov said that the Russian decision not to participate in the Rome Statute of the international criminal court due to its national interests.