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US Left 5 Extradition Requests Unanswered – Russia

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RIA Novosti
August 21, 2013

Five of Russia’s extradition requests sent to the United States in the past few years have been left unanswered, a deputy Russian prosecutor general has said in an interview.

“Since 2008, the United States has refused 16 times to extradite people to us citing the absence of a relevant treaty,” Deputy Russian Prosecutor General Alexander Zvyagintsev told the Rossiiskaya Gazeta government daily.

“We have been insisting on concluding such a treaty but have been getting a refusal based on unconvincing arguments,” he said. “Another five of our requests sent to the United States in 2011-2012 have not been answered.”

The United States has been unsuccessfully pushing Russia for extradition of fugitive intelligence contractor Edward Snowden.

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