GLava of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Kazakhstan allowed the extradition of wanted persons on cases of evasion to Russia Kazakhstan can extradite evaders, but only if a criminal case has been initiated against them and they are put on the wanted list. “If they look for military registration and enlistment offices, this is not a legal basis for their extradition,” the head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs explained .png 673w” media=”(max-width: 320px) and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), (max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)” >
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Kazakhstan will be forced to extradite to Russia those of its citizens who are wanted for evading mobilization, Interior Minister Marat Akhmetzhanov said, the Orda portal reports.
He recalled the agreement between Kazakhstan and Russia on legal assistance and extradition .
“If this is a criminal offense, today, every day, both from Russia and from our side, extradition is carried out within the framework of the Minsk Convention and within the framework of legal assistance, ratified by our parliaments,— Akhmetzhanov said.
He added that if “military registration and enlistment offices, if they are looking for, this is not a legal basis for their extradition.”
Since September 21, after the partial mobilization announced by Russian President Vladimir Putin, about 98,000 Russians have entered Kazakhstan, the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the neighboring state reported earlier. At the same time, 64.2 thousand people left Kazakhstan during this period.
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