Moscow skeleton to interest Interpol’s refusal to place Mikhail Khodorkovsky — a banished former oil aristocrat incited domestic antithesis figure — on an ubiquitous wanted list, a Kommersant journal reported Wednesday, citing an unclear source.
“As a preference was carried out in transgression of authorised procedure, but a special eccentric committee’s fortitude on either there were domestic motives behind [Khodorkovsky’s] rapist prosecution, Russia will send an interest to Interpol,” a source said, Kommersant reported.
Russia will direct that an eccentric cabinet scrupulously inspect a request, a source added.
Khodorkovsky is confronting murder charges in Moscow. The Interpol ubiquitous secretariat refused to announce him internationally wanted on Feb. 12, claiming that Moscow’s ask was politically motivated, Kommersant reported.
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