- South Africa seeks legal advice on how to handle an ICC arrest warrant for Putin related to war crimes in Ukraine.
- The country may be obliged to execute the warrant as a signatory to the Rome Statute.
- South Africa is unlikely to arrest any visiting head of state, according to officials.
- The government is considering all options to avoid executing the warrant.
Putin Arrest Warrant Prompts South Africa to Seek Legal Advice
South Africa seeks legal advice on handling an ICC warrant for Putin related to war crimes in Ukraine ahead of the BRICS summit.