"We sent [to the Prosecutor General's Office of Russia] a request for detention and extradition [of Fuchedzhi]. We've received a response claiming that this cannot be done since he is a citizen of the Russian Federation," he said.
Horbatiuk insists that it is necessary to hand over to Fuchedzhi a suspicion notice. He also pointed to the possibility of a hearing in absentia.
UNIAN memo. Forty-eight people died during riots with the participation of anti-Maidan supporters and Euromaidan activists and a fire incident in Odesa on May 2, 2014. About 300 people were injured.
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