August 10, 2022

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The International Criminal Court issues arrest warrants against the backdrop of the war between Georgia and Russia |  Abroad

The International Criminal Court issues arrest warrants against the backdrop of the war between Georgia and Russia | Abroad

The International Criminal Court in The Hague issued three arrest warrants as part of an investigation into possible crimes committed during the war in Georgia in 2008. Two Russians and a Georgian-born man were charged with war crimes within five days. war. These are three men who held important positions with the pro-Russian rebels in the rebellious region of South Ossetia.

The three are accused of using the citizens as a small change during the negotiations. These are Mikhail Mendzaev, the then Minister of the Interior of South Ossetia, Gamlet Guchmazov, the director of the detention center, and David Sanakoyev, who served as the ombudsman.

This is the first study of the International Criminal Court that has nothing to do with the African continent.

Georgia launched a major military offensive against the pro-Russian rebel-held South Ossetia on August 7, 2008. A Russian army was also stationed there. Russia intervened and Georgia also lost a piece of land in the northwest on the Black Sea, Abkhazia.

After five days of fighting, the internationally mediated war ended. Russia seemed to have consolidated its position and emerged from it almost unscathed politically.

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