June 20, 2018 11:10
Russia to send to Interpol additional info on Browder - source
MOSCOW. June 20 (Interfax) - Interpol has requested from the Russian authorities additional information on the case involving financier William Browder to decide on the issue of a Red Corner notice against him, a source with knowledge on the matter told Interfax.
"Russia has raised with Interpol the issue of issuing a Red Corner notice against William Browder demanding the immediate arrest of the accused. In that regard, the police organization has requested additional materials on the case," the source told the agency on Wednesday.
According to the source, a package of new documents will be sent to the Interpol headquarters in Lyon from Moscow in the next few days.
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