[size=42]The founder of Wikileaks is ready to hand himself over to the British authorities ... but on condition[/size]
21:53 26.10.2018Copy the link
The lawyer of WikiLeaks founder Carlos Boveda announced on Friday that his agent Julian Assange was ready to hand himself over to the British authorities on condition that an agreement be reached between the government of Ecuador and the British government on not handing over to third countries, particularly the United States.
Quito - Sputnik . "This condition must be in written form, as an agreement between two countries (Ecuador and Britain), which states that it will not be handed over to the United States or to any third country," Boveda told Sputnik. "If this condition is met, Assange is ready to appear. British court ".
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The investigation proceedings began in July 2010 against Julian Assange, Sweden , after two women reported sexual harassment during his stay in Stockholm. He was arrested in London on 7 October 2010 at the request of the authorities The Swedish government, which insisted on his extradition, but several days later he was released on bail.
The 47-year-old Australian has been in Ecuador since June 2012 after exhausting all legal options in Britain against his extradition to Sweden.
Asanh, who denies the charge of rape, refuses to go to Sweden for fear of being deported to the United States, where he may be charged with publishing 500,000 files on Iraq and Afghanistan classified as secret defense files in 2010 via Wikileaks, diplomacy.