Zelenskiy says Putin must face justice at the ICC

STORY: The ICC in March issued an arrest warrant for Putin for suspected deportation of children from Ukraine and the European Commission has said another international center for the prosecution of the crime of aggression in Ukraine would be set up in The Hague.

"We all want to see a different Vladimir here in the Hague, the one who deserves to be sanctioned for his criminal actions here, in the capital of international law," Zelenskiy said in a speech, referring to Putin.

Russia, which is not a member of the ICC and rejects its jurisdiction, denies committing atrocities during its conflict with Ukraine, which it terms a "special operation" to "demilitarize" its neighbor.