He fled from Spain: the case on the extradition of Anatoly Shariy to Ukraine was closed, – media

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Escaped from Spain: Anatoly Shariy extradition case to Ukraine was closed, – media

Back in May, the Ukrainian authorities asked their Spanish colleagues to extradite Anatoly Shariy. The blogger suspected of treason, according to journalists, may be hiding in Italy.

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The Spanish court closed the case on extradition to Ukraine of blogger Anatoly Shariy suspected of high treason. The Russian news agency TASS writes about this, referring to a court decision.

Shariy left the kingdom, his current location is not specified. The judges added that a message had been received from the Ukrainian authorities about the possible stay of Shariy in Italy.

“The court decided to terminate the proceedings against Sharia. The instance decided to notify Interpol, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Justice of Spain of this decision,” the document says.

The extradition of Anatoly Shariy to Ukraine — how the case developed

Ukraine in June asked the Spanish authorities to extradite blogger Anatoly Shariy. According to the Office of the Prosecutor General of Ukraine, the Ukrainian side sent a request for the transfer of Shariy on May 18, 2022.

Sharia was detained in Spain on May 4 on charges of treason and illegal activities against Ukraine. The police released him on bail.

The blogger said that Fedor Venislavsky, the representative of the President of Ukraine in the Constitutional Court, thought to exchange him and send him to Russia.

Former Prosecutor General of Ukraine Irina Venediktova claimed that the extradition process of Shariy could drag on for 1 year . She explained such a long delay by the actions of his lawyers.

On September 6, the pro-Russian “Party of Sharia” was finally banned in Ukraine. The ban followed the reaction of the SBU to national security threats, a presidential decree and the decision of the National Security and Defense Council.