Russian Embassy in the Netherlands responds to demands to extradite Tsemakh

Russian Embassy in the Netherlands responds to demands to extradite Tsemakh
Vladimir Tsemakh

The Russian Embassy in the Netherlands did not receive any requests from the Kingdom authorities to extradite a “valuable witness” in the 2014 case of the Boeing crash in the Donbass. This is reported by Embassy representative.

The Russian Embassy in the Netherlands did not receive any requests from the Kingdom authorities to extradite a “valuable witness” in the 2014 case of the Boeing crash in the Donbass. This is reported by Embassy representative.

It was previously reported that the Netherlands Prosecutor’s Office appealed to the Russian authorities, asking to extradite Vladimir Tsemakh.

To recall, Tsemakh, who was released from custody on September 5, was among 35 people recently transferred from Kyiv to Moscow as part of an exchange of prisoners. The lists of those who arrived in Vnukovo were not officially published by Russia. The Military Prosecutor's Office of Ukraine revealed the names of 13 people, in respect of whom the investigation had been completed. Ukrainskaya Pravda and BBC Ukraine have published their own versions of the list — it included 12 Russians, 22 Ukrainians, and a citizen of Moldova.

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