Russia demands extradition of Ukraine intelligence chief


Russia has demanded the extradition of the head of Ukraine's security service, known as the SBU, as well as others linked to carrying out “terrorist attacks” on Russian territory, its Foreign Ministry said in a statement on Sunday. Said.
Ukraine accused of serial involvement terrorist attacks in russiaThe Foreign Ministry also listed violent incidents that have occurred in the country since Russia invaded Ukraine in February 2022.
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The Foreign Ministry said it had asked Ukraine to “immediately arrest and extradite” several people, including the head of the SBU secret service, Vasyl Malyuk.
It said Malyuk admitted to “organizing the Crimean bridge bombing in October 2022” and “revealed details of the organization of other terrorist attacks in Russia.”
In its statement, the Russian Foreign Ministry reiterated its claim that the mass shooting attack at a concert hall on the outskirts of Moscow in late March was linked to Ukraine. An affiliate of the so-called “Islamic State” claimed responsibility for the attack, which killed at least 140 people.
SBU says 'useless' demand
The SBU said the Russian demand was particularly “reprehensible coming from a terrorist state” and “nonsense”.
It referred to an arrest warrant issued against Putin by the International Criminal Court in connection with the transfer of Ukrainian children to Russia and added: “The tribunal is waiting for him in The Hague.”
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