Remigijus Simasius, the mayor of Vilnius, the capital, and a staff of volunteers painted “Putin, The Hague is ready for you” in massive block letters on a avenue simply outdoors the Russian embassy, according to Reuters.
A handout picture offered by the mayor’s workplace to the information company exhibits the stencil in place:
The message comes as Chief Prosecutor Karim Khan of the Worldwide Prison Court docket ― situated in The Hague, within the Netherlands ― introduced an investigation of Putin over potential warfare crimes.
“If that had been true, it might doubtlessly be a warfare crime,” White Home press secretary Jen Psaki stated this week, including that the U.S. has not but confirmed use of the weapons.
There are additionally a number of movies on-line of Russian strikes on civilian targets, and stories of deaths and accidents amongst civilians.