"Before the Italian side takes a decision upon the request of the Prosecutor General's Office of Ukraine on Avakov's extradition, he will remain on the international wanted list in Interpol's member states, despite his release from custody in Italy. In addition, Avakov could be detained again if he crosses the EU border," reads the statement.
The Foreign Ministry recalled that after Avakov's arrest in Italy, the Prosecutor General's Office of Ukraine, based on the documents received from the prosecutor's office of Kharkiv region, had asked the Italian Justice Ministry to extradite him to Ukraine to call him to account under Part 3, Article 365 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine (abuse of power and office that led to grave consequences). On April 13, representatives of the Italian Justice Ministry confirmed that the procedure for the consideration of an extradition request was continuing and that it could take up to two months.
"Avakov's release from custody in the Italian Republic does not stop the process of his extradition upon the request of the Prosecutor General's Office of Ukraine, which continues in that state. By its content, extradition is the procedure for the forced return of a person identified or detained in one state to another state to call him to account, including the investigation of a criminal case against thisperson, the trial and the execution of a court ruling," the ministry said.
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