Russia warns of missile strike on World Court after Germany vows to arrest Putin

Russia has warned of a hypersonic missile strike on the International Criminal Court in The Hague over its arrest warrant against President Vladimir Putin. The threat came hours after German Justice Minister said that the NATO nation can arrest Vladimir Putin if he dares to step on its territory. "Gentlemen, everyone walks under God and missiles. It is quite possible to imagine the targeted use of hypersonic Oniks from the North Sea by a Russian ship at The Hague court building. Unfortunately, it cannot be shot down. And the court is just a poor international organisation, not the population of a NATO country. That's why they won't start a war," wrote former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev on Telegram.

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