The International Criminal Court clearly responds to the threat of US sanctions: it will not be scared

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The International Criminal Court clearly responds to the threat of US sanctions: it will not be scared

2018-09-12 20:25:03 63 ℃

China News Service, September 12th, according to foreign media reports, the International Criminal Court said that it will not be scared because of the threats issued by the United States.

It is reported that the International Criminal Court issued a statement on the 11th that the court is an independent and impartial body, supported by 123 countries and will continue to operate without deterrence in the future.

The report said that the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, Ben Suda, said last year that there are reasonable grounds for war crimes and crimes against humanity in Afghanistan. The court will review parties to the conflict, including members of the US Armed Forces and CIA.

Data Map: US Presidential National Security Assistant John Bolton (leftmost), Homeland Security Secretary Kirsten Nelson, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Director Christopher Ray and National Security Director Paul Nakasone and others.

In response to this, US National Security Adviser Bolton said in a speech at a conservative organization in Washington on the 10th that if the International Criminal Court promotes any investigation into suspected war crimes against US and Israeli personnel, The United States will impose sanctions on the court and impose targeted sanctions on several judges involved.