The Austrian Supreme Court agreed to extradite the Ukrainian oligarch Dmitry Firtash to the United States at the request of the US Department of Justice.
According to Reuters, he did not agree with this appeal by the businessman's lawyers, which they filed in December 2017. The oligarchs were accused of receiving a $ 18.5 million bribe to obtain permission for mining titanium in India.
The judge has consistently rejected the arguments for the defense. He pointed out that the Supreme Court does not decide whether there is an error or not, but considers that the law is complied with when the court makes a decision and the question of the possibility of extradition.
Despite some remarks in the case before the Board of Appeal, the Supreme Court in general left
Firtash is now separate from extradition only through the signing of the Austrian Minister of Justice who must approve the decision. The oligarch itself has not yet commented on the decision. Following the great approval of the decision on his extradition, the former Confederate of Ukrainian ex-president Viktor Yanukovych may be extradited to the United States in July.
Firtash denies the charges against him. His defense insists that the United States does not have jurisdiction over crimes in India. Judge Palmaer ruled that the case could be handled in the United States, as the system affects Chicago-based Boeing.
Boeing said it was considering the deal with Firtash, but never entered into an agreement with it. Boeing is not accused of infringements in connection with this case.
As you know, the presence of a people's deputy, a member of the opposition platform – was for the feast of life, Sergei Levochkin, and a deputy from the opposition block Mikhail Papiyev. According to them, they came to "support a friend". 19659002] On March 21, Firtash was released on record EUR 125 million, which according to an OBOZREVATEL source was made by Russian businessmen Arkady and Boris Rotenberg, who are considered near the Kremlin. The brothers are formerly called economical partners of Russian President Vladimir Putin in Judo.
In December 2017, the Vienna Arms Court refused to extradite the Ukrainian oligarch Dmitry Firtash to Spain.
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