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Ukraine extradites Pole who stole $420 thousand from collection service

Polish law enforcement bodies were looking for the man for his participation in the organized crime group
19:58, 10 October 2018

Ukraine extradited the citizen of Poland who embezzled more than $420 thousand of a collection service. Andrii Lysenko, Spokesperson of the Prosecutor General’s office, reported this on Facebook.

It is claimed that Polish law enforcement bodies were looking for the man for his participation in an organized crime group.

Related: Parliament to ban extradition of foreigners who fought for Ukraine's Donbas

‘The members of this crime group planned and got the job at the collection service through fake IDs, and later embezzled the money in the amount for more than $420 thousand,’ Lysenko claimed.

He was conveyed to the competent bodies of Poland today on October 10.

Reportedly, the Ukrainian Parliament intends to extradite the foreigners who took part in the Anti-Terrorist Operation or joined Forces Operation in Donbas or JFO.

Earlier, Ukraine’s Prosecutor General's Office extradited Ingush Timur Tumgoev to the Russian Federation upon the request of the Federal Security Service of Russia. 

Related: Russia asks Ukraine to extradite owner of Pushkino Bank

The FSB of Russia suspects Tumgoev of participating in one of the radical groups in Syria. The General Prosecutor's Office of Ukraine then decided to extradite Tumgoev. The European Court of Human Rights twice refused to suspend the extradition, but the UN Human Rights Committee obliged the Ukrainian authorities to suspend the extradition.

Related: Russia extradites 90 criminals to Ukraine over last four years

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