Permalink You have no power here: What the ICC ‘arrest warrant’ means for Putin

Russia has dismissed “war crimes” accusations against its president as null and void | The International Criminal Court (ICC) on Friday alleged that Russian President Vladimir Putin and Children’s Rights Commissioner Maria Lvova-Belova may have committed war crimes by “deporting” and “transferring” children from Ukraine. Moscow has dismissed the move as preposterous and not legally binding, since Russia has never ratified the court’s jurisdiction.

Absurd ICC 'Warrant' Under US Aegis Proves Russia 'Faces Implacable Enemy It Must Defeat' (Sputnik News)

Permalink USAF Reportedly Sent Another Spy Drone to MQ-9 Crash Site Shortly After Incident Over Black Sea

Earlier, amid the back-and-forth blame game over the downing of an American MQ-9 Reaper drone over the Black Sea near Crimea on March 14, the US Air Force released declassified footage allegedly depicting the encounter. The video does not seem to substantiate the previous US claim about the drone going down due to a collision with the Russian jet. | The US military sent another unmanned aerial vehicle, an MQ-9 Reaper drone - the same model as the one that crashed in the Black Sea on Tuesday - shortly after the incident, US media has reported. The UAV was reportedly dispatched in the hopes of surveying the crash site and monitoring Russia's efforts to recover the wreckage, according to cited American officials.  Furthermore, the US is mulling another drone flight over the Black Sea in the coming days, the officials added, echoing earlier statements made by the US State Department, which declared that its drone missions in international airspace would continue.  The US MQ-9 Reaper drone fell in the Black Sea after engaging in a sharp maneuvering as Russian fighter jets were scrambled to identify the aircraft flying in the direction of Crimea with its transponders turned off.

Russian Navy Blockades Downed US Drone (Hal Turner Show)

Dmitry Medvedev (Дмитрий Медведев) | About the American drone | Brief conclusion: there is no international convention on this topic. The 1944 Chicago Convention and other international documents do not regulate these issues. Incidentally, let me remind you that the Americans destroyed the Open Skies Treaty, which gave the right to military inspections.  Domestic legislation is just being formed. But the Air Code operates the terms "prohibited zones" and "restricted zones. Thus, according to Article 15 of the AC, prohibited zones, hazardous areas (areas of training grounds, blasting operations and the like), restricted areas for aircraft flights and other elements of airspace structure established for activities in airspace are established. This is done by the government. Drones, too, must abide by these rules. Especially during combat operations, of which all airspace users are aware. Particularlybecause the moment an aircraft or UAV enters the territorial sea is sometimes difficult to register.  And this is a part of our territory, to which our sovereignty extends. All in all, simply put, the Americans have gone off the rails. And it is not OK to be ceremonial with them. Though military contacts are necessary, of course. Especially against the backdrop of American bastards like Senator Graham claiming to shoot down Russian planes. By the way, air accidents occasionally happen to such critters, too. (Trans.: DeepL.com)

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