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The Russian Prosecutor General’s Office was “extremely puzzled” over some British statements on Russia’s non-extradition of Russian citizens
The Russian Prosecutor General’s Office was “extremely puzzled” over some British statements on Russia’s non-extradition of Russian citizens. “The Russian Prosecutor General’s Office is extremely puzzled over some British statements on the position of Russian authorities refusing to extradite Russian citizens to other countries, that is a provision stipulated in the fundamental law of the country – the Constitution of the Russian Federation,” the Prosecutor General’s Office said in a statement. “The Russian Prosecutor General’s Office is surprised with a desire of the British side to make Russia violate the national legislation,” the statement runs.
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