Source Pravda.Ru

Moscow Favors Cooperation With Turkey In Extradition Of Chechen Terrorists To Russia

Moscow officials positively react to a request of Turkish officials to provide them with all documents necessary for the extradition of notorious Chechen warlord Movladi Udugov. Representatives of Russian Presidential Assistant Sergey Yastrzhembsky reported in an interview with RosBusinessConsulting that Russia had asked Turkey to extradite the terrorist a year and a half ago. "The tendency of a decrease in the number of countries willing to host terrorists can be characterized as positive," officials stressed. At the same time, they added that all necessary documents had already been prepared and would be handed over to Turkey as soon as the department of the Russian General Prosecutor's Office in the North Caucasus conducts all necessary procedures.

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