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In the European Union is concerned about trump's decision on the International criminal court

The European Union needs to study signed by the President of the United States Donald trump a decree on sanctions against persons associated with the investigations of the International criminal court (ICC) against the military and other officials in the United States, but this issue is of concern, said at a press conference in Brussels, EU high representative for foreign and security policy of Josep Borrell.

Earlier, the White house announced that trump signed a decree on sanctions against individuals associated with the investigations of the ICC in relation to military and other officials in the United States, accusing this international structure in biased investigations and corruption, and suspecting the influence of Russia.

"My answer would be careful, I don't know yet all aspects of this decision... This issue is a concern," said Josep Borrell.

He added that the EU supports the international criminal court, "which hears the most serious crimes against humanity," and that the U.S. decision should be explored.

"We will review this decision... based On what I know, we can only once again Express my support for ICC," - said the head of European diplomacy.