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The Netherlands accused Russia of violating the European Convention on Extradition

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The Netherlands accused Russia of violating the European Convention on Extradition

The Netherlands accused Russia of violating the European Convention on Extradition due to the refusal to arrest and transfer to the Netherlands prosecutor Vladimir Tsemakh for interrogation in the case of the crash of the MH17 aircraft in Ukraine. The corresponding statement was issued by the Netherlands prosecutor.


The Netherlands Prosecutor's Office considers Vladimir Zemach as a suspect in the case of МН17. Russia ignored an official request for his extradition to the Netherlands, allowing him to freely leave Russian territory. At the same time, the Netherlands has not yet decided on the prosecution of Zemach, as this "needs more evidence."

According to media reports, Mr. Zemakh has already returned to his place of residence in eastern Ukraine ... The State Prosecutor’s Office concluded that Russia deliberately allowed Mr. Zemakh to leave his territory and refused to comply with the request of the Netherlands, despite the fact that under the European Convention on extradition, she was obliged to do so

- said in a statement.

Earlier it was reported that the Ukrainian intelligence services had abducted Vladimra Tzemakh from their place of residence, saying they had "loudly exposed" the alleged participation of Russia in the collapse of MN17. However, no statements were made, and Zemakh himself was brought to Russia as part of an exchange of prisoners with Ukraine, despite the Dutch demands not to do so. However, before being sent off, he was interrogated by Dutch investigators.

The Russian Federation does not extradite its citizens, but Mr. Zemakh is a citizen of Ukraine, so there were no obstacles to his extradition. The prosecutor’s office received confirmation that Russia received a request for the arrest of Zemakh even before the plane with prisoners landed in Moscow

- stated in the prosecutor's office.

In mid-November, Russia sent an official notice to the Netherlands prosecutor’s office that the request for Zemakh’s extradition could not be fulfilled, since Russia had no information about his whereabouts.
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  1. The leader of the Redskins
    The leader of the Redskins 3 December 2019 10: 38
    +3
    This means that we can expect the continuation of the howling about the violation of everything that is possible, and in the future, more "strengthening us" sanctions.
    1. Sling cutter
      Sling cutter 3 December 2019 10: 55
      +1
      Quote: Leader of the Redskins
      This means that we can expect the continuation of the howling about the violation of everything that is possible, and in the future, more "strengthening us" sanctions.

      It is curious why the prosecutor's office of the Russian Federation was not excited in the case of a secretor And also in the case of Kerimka and his madman? Members of civil servants with foreign citizenship! What are we going to do with these avns, Comrades ?!
      1. LiSiCyn
        LiSiCyn 3 December 2019 13: 17
        +2
        Quote: Stroporez
        It is curious why the prosecutor's office of the Russian Federation was not excited in the case of a secretor And also in the case of Kerimka and his madman? Members of civil servants with foreign citizenship! What are we going to do with these avns, Comrades ?!

        Cho wrote? You yourself read what you write? Or, like an akyn, what I see is what I sing ...
        On the topic, zero ... For that at the end, the slogan
        Quote: Stroporez
        shall we do, comrades ?!
    2. SSR
      SSR 3 December 2019 11: 07
      +8
      Quote: Leader of the Redskins
      So you can expect the continuation of the howl

      A little different laughing If they ask for his extradition from Ukraine, then the culprit is the automatic machine Ukraine))) and so it would look so that Russia issued. In short.)))

      Zemakh was brought to Russia as part of an exchange of prisoners with Ukraine, despite Dutch demands not to do so.

      Let the Raguli demand.
      1. oldzek
        oldzek 3 December 2019 12: 53
        +1
        Well, you will demand from them! Here, as in the joke about Khoja Nasretdin and the drowning rich man "you say give, give, but you need to take it."
      2. Lelek
        Lelek 3 December 2019 15: 30
        +5
        Quote: SSR
        Let the Raguli demand.

        hi
        And at the same time they will return the Scythian gold to its rightful owner - the Museum of Crimea.
      3. volodimer
        volodimer 3 December 2019 17: 15
        +5
        Roman, you are absolutely right how Russia, not being a party to the conflict, owes something to anyone!
        The Dutch wanted ... well, demand from the great ... We didn’t need it (Tzemakh), the Ukrainians gave it away, we released it to our homeland ... In the DPR ... this is not our territory, jurisdiction, we don’t rule there .. . winked
        Need, negotiate with the DNI ... DNR is not recognized ... Your problems ... wassat What does Russia have to do with it? We didn’t shoot down any Boeing ... (and this is 100%)
      4. orionvitt
        orionvitt 3 December 2019 17: 24
        +3
        Quote: SSR
        Let the Raguli demand.

        Handsome men from Ukraine, knowing perfectly well who had a stigma in the gun, whatever Tsemakh, God forbid, said something to the Dutch investigators, quickly included him in the exchange lists. They quickly shaved off and now they are making a brick face, they say we do not know anything, ask Russia. And how they shouted, and that "the main culprit was arrested," and that "now everything will be cleared up," and "that at last someone will answer for the atrocities," but in fact, they quickly got rid of the "main witness". In my opinion, this is an indirect admission of his guilt, although everyone knows everything well. Yes, and extradition for interrogation, not for trial, is something new.
      5. svp67
        svp67 3 December 2019 18: 17
        0
        Quote: SSR
        If they request his extradition from Ukraine

        No, according to Ukrainian law, Ukraine does not give out its citizens, and it considers Zemakh to be its citizen.
        In general, I expected something like this. Realizing that there is nothing good from Tsemakh for their so-called "investigation", this "performance" was also invented with Ukraine not giving it to the Netherlands, but handing it over to Russia, knowing full well that it would definitely not give it up either. And in general, I do not see anything difficult to interrogate Tsemakh by videoconference.
      6. Advisor to the Council of Advisers
        Advisor to the Council of Advisers 3 December 2019 23: 41
        0

        They already laid straws
  2. Olgovich
    Olgovich 3 December 2019 10: 42
    +22
    Nonsense: Russia should NOTHING, why should a man grab ?!

    WHERE accusations, evidence, etc.? No? In figs!

    By the way, has Zakayev been surrendered to Russia?
    1. iConst
      iConst 3 December 2019 11: 32
      +7
      Quote: Olgovich
      By the way, has Zakayev been surrendered to Russia?

      By the way, yes!
      At the same time, the Netherlands has not yet made a decision to prosecute Tsemakh, as this "requires more evidence."
      wassat
      "When the odds are at zero
      They are looking for gold in ashes ...
      "
      (c) L. Filatov "The Tale of Fedot the Archer".
      1. Invoce
        Invoce 3 December 2019 13: 36
        -2
        Quote: iConst
        Quote: Olgovich
        By the way, has Zakayev been surrendered to Russia?

        By the way, yes!
        At the same time, the Netherlands has not yet made a decision to prosecute Tsemakh, as this "requires more evidence."
        wassat
        "When the odds are at zero
        They are looking for gold in ashes ...
        "
        (c) L. Filatov "The Tale of Fedot the Archer".

        By whom and when was Zakayev transferred to Russia? He was in England, and is in the same place
        1. iConst
          iConst 3 December 2019 13: 41
          +4
          Quote: Invoce
          By whom and when was Zakayev transferred to Russia? He was in England, and is in the same place

          You do not understand my message.

          "Great for the mighty Russian language ..." (c) A. Ivanov, a parody of construction.
          1. Olgovich
            Olgovich 3 December 2019 14: 22
            -3
            Quote: iConst

            You do not understand my message.

            "Great mighty

            it yes recourse I didn't think of SUCH interpretation (in the sense of "yes", they gave it back)
    2. Ross xnumx
      Ross xnumx 3 December 2019 14: 14
      +9
      Quote: Olgovich
      WHERE accusations, evidence, etc.? No? In figs!

      I will say harshly, perhaps rudely, but in literary language:
      Why should Russia listen to claims, accusations and consider some evidence sucked up from an unknown finger, concocted in the absence and without presentation of facts? Why should we be in this company of legalized (tolerant) buggers and drug addicts? belay
      1. Olgovich
        Olgovich 3 December 2019 14: 24
        -1
        Quote: ROSS 42
        Why should Russia listen to claims, accusations and consider some evidence sucked up from an unknown finger, concocted in the absence and without presentation of facts?

        so they do not exist, there is no "proof" and nothing has been presented, not even charges from them, and the MAN is demanding ... arrest, transfer.

        What is this?! negative
    3. Lelek
      Lelek 3 December 2019 15: 34
      +1
      Quote: Olgovich
      By the way, has Zakayev been surrendered to Russia?

      hi
      He enjoys ale in the London pub and pens with members of the royal teip. bully
  3. Lord of the Sith
    Lord of the Sith 3 December 2019 10: 43
    +9
    The Netherlands Prosecutor's Office considers Vladimir Zemakh as a suspect in the case of MH17. Russia ignored an official request for his extradition to the Netherlands, allowing him to freely leave Russian territory. At the same time, the Netherlands has not yet decided on the prosecution of Zemach, as this "needs more evidence".


    Are they stoned to dementia?
    1. Same lech
      Same lech 3 December 2019 10: 56
      +7
      Insolent before our eyes ...
      Tsemakh is needed by the Netherlands for torture and interrogation with partiality ... having knocked out the necessary testimonies against Russia he will simply be killed as well as Milosevic was killed by simulating a heart attack ... a well-known and run-in technique in the West.
      Now, Dutch investigators simply have nothing to show against Russia regarding the case of a downed Boeing ... unclean methods of fabricating evidence have already begun to go into the open ...
      On March 9, 2020, the Hague trial in MH-17 will begin in The Hague ... but they still can’t present serious evidence against Russia ... so we are waiting for new provocations by Western crooks.
      1. voyaka uh
        voyaka uh 3 December 2019 11: 52
        -9
        "The Netherlands needs Tsemach for torture and interrogation with partiality" ////
        ----
        They made fun. laughing
        Prisons in the Netherlands are five star hotels.
        And they are empty. They have few prisoners. With almost 100% of crime detection.
        There is not only torture - raising the voice of a police officer or investigator to a suspect is prohibited.
        1. Okolotochny
          Okolotochny 3 December 2019 12: 40
          +3
          With almost 100% of crime detection.

          Well, yes, considering that the whole group of drug-related crimes is LEGALIZED. With pros * titration as well. And for 100% disclosure - provide data? Already interesting! Studying in a specialized institution in the 90s was a trend in the exchange of experience. Cops came from the USA. When they showed them the disclosure statistics in Russia - about 80%, they did not believe. They said that many factors, in particular latent crimes, were not taken into account. At that time, in the West, the detection rate was about 60%. So, for 100% - A Very Big Question! The leadership of the Dutch police didn’t take over the experience of statistical reporting in Russia?
          1. voyaka uh
            voyaka uh 3 December 2019 12: 57
            -5
            In Switzerland, heroin givers receive - legally - injections in clinics. What should they commit crimes if they are provided with a keyf?
            And why is legal prostitution a crime? On the contrary, there is no trafficking in women, no pimps, bandits.
            There is no crime in this area.
            1. Doliva63
              Doliva63 3 December 2019 17: 30
              +2
              Quote: voyaka uh
              In Switzerland, heroin givers receive - legally - injections in clinics. What should they commit crimes if they are provided with a keyf?
              And why is legal prostitution a crime? On the contrary, there is no trafficking in women, no pimps, bandits.
              There is no crime in this area.

              "Legal prostitution". Did the heat finish off completely or did you suffer from complexes in your youth? laughing
              1. voyaka uh
                voyaka uh 3 December 2019 17: 39
                -1
                Are you interested in this particular part of my post? smile
                Prostitution is fully legalized in eight European countries: the Netherlands, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Greece, Turkey, Hungary and Latvia.
                1. Doliva63
                  Doliva63 3 December 2019 17: 48
                  +1
                  Quote: voyaka uh
                  Are you interested in this particular part of my post? smile
                  Prostitution is fully legalized in eight European countries: the Netherlands, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Greece, Turkey, Hungary and Latvia.

                  Do you think this is normal? To me, this is like planting a religion - a crime. Actually, like capitalism itself.
          2. LON
            LON 3 December 2019 13: 21
            -1
            Quote: Okolotochny
            When they showed them the disclosure statistics in Russia - about 80%, they did not believe.

            They did the right thing that they did not believe. Even now, after many years, corruption cases are instituted selectively. And the judicial system is generally a song for those close and tied up.
            1. Okolotochny
              Okolotochny 4 December 2019 17: 13
              +1
              I look in the book, I see ... This is about you. Read all my post and the previous Warriors ??? And then draw conclusions. The conversation was over 100% disclosure in Holland. It’s on your fingers so you don’t bother. Is there anything to say for this?
        2. Hexagon
          Hexagon 3 December 2019 12: 46
          0
          This is for all sorts of crooks - yes. But when it comes to RealPolitik there will be a place, and they will throw the necessary specialists. Well, at least the same Elves of Zamorsk, they have extensive experience in organizing secret dungeons in any country under control.
        3. Invoce
          Invoce 3 December 2019 13: 41
          +1
          Yeah?
          Seven years ago, on March 11, 2006, the president of Yugoslavia Slobodan Milosevic died in a “democratic prison”. His fate is a visual lesson to all those who are ready to take the word of the West, who are ready to make concessions

          Quote: voyaka uh
          "The Netherlands needs Tsemach for torture and interrogation with partiality" ////
          ----
          They made fun. laughing
          Prisons in the Netherlands are five star hotels.
          And they are empty. They have few prisoners. With almost 100% of crime detection.

          There is not only torture - raising the voice of a police officer or investigator to a suspect is prohibited.

          No one needs drug addicts whose terrorist plans were already calculated when conditions were created for them to appear - yes, they live 5 days in a 5 * prison, on a weekend of dismissal ...
          Those who undermine far-reaching plans-rot in prison, far from 5 stars .. negative
        4. Charik
          Charik 3 December 2019 15: 13
          +1
          C'mon, have you set up torture tortures all over the planet and there’s no type in this country?
        5. Alex Nevs
          Alex Nevs 3 December 2019 15: 47
          +1
          Milosevic, although not in the Netherlands, has an apple and an apple tree nearby.
        6. orionvitt
          orionvitt 3 December 2019 17: 32
          0
          Quote: voyaka uh
          With almost 100% of crime detection.

          Of course, ethnic crime is not included in the statistics, since it is not tolerant, that is, Taboo. Negroes, Arabs and other colored can not be touched. And the local Dutch do not commit crimes. So much for 100%.
        7. ZAV69
          ZAV69 4 December 2019 16: 39
          0
          And what does the hotel-prisons have to do with it? There is generally a political order. It doesn’t matter where they gathered it in the hotel, or in the nearest gateway, but they were going to extrude and break it so that it would be voiced on the camera and then later it could be removed even in the hotel prison, no matter what condition it is, it’s important to whom they obey the guard.
      2. iConst
        iConst 3 December 2019 13: 45
        +4
        Quote: The same LYOKHA
        On March 9, 2020, the Hague trial in the MH-17 case will begin in The Hague ... and they still cannot present serious evidence against Russia ...

        Shaw? belay
        What about "highley like"? This will be more abrupt than "serious evidence". wassat
      3. Lelek
        Lelek 3 December 2019 16: 00
        0
        Quote: The same LYOKHA
        Same lech

        hi
        By the way, in the case of events in the Kerch Strait, the Hague court played into Russia's hands:

        But this is an exception to their "rules".
  4. Labrador
    Labrador 3 December 2019 10: 45
    +6
    They would go to the bathhouse! Well, they did not beg him from the Ukrainians? And all because it was necessary to beg him from Russia. To either legitimize their fabrications to investigate or to be able to once again accuse Russia of refusing to cooperate.
  5. rocket757
    rocket757 3 December 2019 10: 45
    +5
    Well, on this topic you can not soar from the word AT ALL.
    Let them howl, there is such a thing, if they have a case ... "donkey" does not die, then "khan" on it completely!
    1. Berber
      Berber 3 December 2019 11: 02
      +2
      The fact is that such a "donkey" will live a long time. All this is too "resonant". Someone has to answer. There have never been any plausible versions of those accusing Russia, but the rope cannot twist endlessly.
      1. rocket757
        rocket757 3 December 2019 11: 17
        +1
        Quote: BerBer
        All this is too "resonant".

        how do they suppress the resonance manifested in different .. systems?
        Yes, US to their "international", "universal" resonance, frankly PFE - E - E! While they will wipe, it will cut itself open.
        However, you can just stand, calmly look from the side ... it will fall apart if it vibrates intensively.
        1. Berber
          Berber 3 December 2019 14: 13
          0
          There is a desire to see the return movement. So that it doesn't just stall and fall apart, but come back with consequences. I'd like to plunder the "fat prosperous west".
          1. rocket757
            rocket757 3 December 2019 14: 17
            +1
            Quote: BerBer
            There is a desire to see the return movement. So that it doesn't just stall and fall apart, but come back with consequences. I'd like to plunder the "fat prosperous west".

            Return - returns and for them there is. If you do not come to your senses in time, it’ll come nevertheless.
      2. orionvitt
        orionvitt 3 December 2019 17: 43
        +1
        Quote: BerBer
        but the rope cannot curl endlessly.

        They quickly forgot about the Skripals. What was Russia blamed for? Not much, not less, but in the use of chemical weapons in Europe. And what, silence. On Boeing’s question, they are so well aware that Russia has five more aces up its sleeve, and that it constantly monitored the air situation over the Donbass, and knows perfectly well who, when and with what shot. And if the case comes to court, then the evidence of Ukraine’s guilt can be laid out in court. Because the thing has been going on for five years now. By the way, the states are silent, although they had five satellites hanging there. There would be at least the slightest evidence of Russia's guilt, you know, howling and sanctions would have been to heaven. They did not hesitate to Skripaly, to dump a package of sanctions from scratch, and then it was silent.
        1. Berber
          Berber 4 December 2019 09: 35
          +1
          More than 200 killed are not "Skripali". Here someone has to suffer, and seriously. It is clear that the paws of the United States are there, but most likely, the blame will be completely blamed on Ukraine. Just to begin with, they will create a negative image so that one can painlessly renounce the "democratic Maidan".
          1. orionvitt
            orionvitt 4 December 2019 15: 41
            +1
            I agree, but the most interesting thing is that Ukraine is a member of the commission of inquiry. This country, which was legally shot down over its territory, is included in the commission. Nonsense. I do not know how they will get out, we'll see. It seems that at first they will continue to pull the owl on the globe and blame everything on Russia, and then, in hindsight, quietly, on the "back pages of newspapers", they will rewrite it on Ukraine.
  6. Lexa-149
    Lexa-149 3 December 2019 10: 46
    +3
    Why didn’t they ask Ukraine for the extradition of this comrade when he was in the dungeons of the SBU ?!
    1. hhurik
      hhurik 4 December 2019 12: 02
      +1
      Extradition - extradition of the accused to a foreign state for criminal prosecution. The offender must also be a foreigner, because the state does not extradite its citizens to reprisals against foreigners, but rather condemns them on their own (if there is appropriate material on the criminal prosecution of a foreign state in the framework of treaties or international politeness).
      Zemakh is not a defendant, but a witness. And a citizen of Ukraine, in addition. Accordingly, from the territory of Ukraine (and Russia, by the way) can not be issued to anyone in principle. They have the right only to interrogate according to the international investigative order and even to the local police investigators, all sorts of foreigners are not entitled to take part in the proceedings. May also voluntarily appear in a foreign country (optional) - subject to written guarantees not to prosecute and pay for travel / accommodation. But Tzemach sent all (and did the right thing) - so we have what we have.
      Although (IMHO) - he is a clinical fool, he talked too much not about the case on camera. For which he suffers.
  7. Mouse
    Mouse 3 December 2019 10: 56
    +4
    And there is still at least something that we have not "violated" ???? recourse
    in my opinion already accused of all mortal sins .... yes
  8. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 3 December 2019 10: 58
    +3
    Netherlands accused Russia
    There is not enough evidence for prosecution, but they demand from Russia to extradite a citizen of another country. Why did they not demand from Ukraine when she stole him, after which the Dutch interrogated him? For five years, this "justice" has been lying about Boeing so much that it is obvious that a run over our country is again necessary to divert attention from the political order carried out by the Dutch.
    1. Piramidon
      Piramidon 3 December 2019 11: 03
      +2
      Quote: rotmistr60
      There is not enough evidence to prosecute

      Yes, they simply DO NOT, from the word ABSOLUTELY.
  9. tihonmarine
    tihonmarine 3 December 2019 10: 59
    +1
    The prosecutor’s office received confirmation that Russia received a request for the arrest of Zemakh even before the plane with prisoners landed in Moscow
    And that Russia quickly accelerated and, according to your "command and desire", deployed a plane to the Netherlands. And a question to the Dutch prosecutor's office "And why did you not work so quickly when Tsemakh was in / in Ukraine?" So contact your homies on the door.
  10. Rwmos
    Rwmos 3 December 2019 11: 09
    +5
    If there is no prosecution - what convention are you out there getting stoned? Moreover, we can give him the status of a political refugee - and given the abduction - and there is no need for evidence - and you will wipe yourself, crap!
    1. Rostislav Bely
      Rostislav Bely 3 December 2019 11: 22
      +5
      we can still open a criminal case for falsifying the evidence announced by the investigation team on the crash - so that their life does not seem like sugar ...
  11. knn54
    knn54 3 December 2019 11: 14
    0
    In case of giving necessary to the representatives of the GPU, the SBU (with the presence of representatives of the police of the Netherlands and Australia). Tsemakh's testimony was promised to be released from the sentence, taken to the Netherlands, and provided with housing. "They offered a witness protection program, offered citizenship, a house in Holland for some reason. Why not in Australia - that surprised me," Vladimir Tsemakh said. However, he refused to testify, which was required of him.
  12. Aleksandre
    Aleksandre 3 December 2019 11: 18
    +3
    European Convention on Extradition ETS N 024 (Paris, December 13, 1957)
    Article 1
    Extradition obligation.
    The Contracting Parties undertake to extradite to each other, subject to the terms and conditions set forth in this Convention, all persons with respect to whom the competent authorities of the requesting Party carry out legal proceedings in connection with any crime or who are sought by the said authorities to enforce a sentence or decision on arrest.

    With respect to Zemach, legal proceedings are under way, is he wanted to carry out a sentence or an arrest order? No ? The abominable mongrels are completely confused, they don’t even know their own conventions.
  13. askort154
    askort154 3 December 2019 11: 19
    +3
    "At the same time, the Netherlands has not yet made a decision to prosecute Tsemakh, as this" requires more evidence. "
    .... At the same time, before being sent, he was interrogated by Dutch investigators "


    Well, on what basis should they extradite him ?!
    Based on the publications of Ukrainian fake media on the Internet ?!
    The Dutch investigation into the disaster, turned into an anti-investigation.
    The CIA, organizing the disaster, made a long-playing horror story against the Russian Federation.
  14. Prisoner
    Prisoner 3 December 2019 11: 20
    +4
    It must be understood that the Dutch did recognize Donbass as Russian territory?
  15. Horon
    Horon 3 December 2019 11: 28
    0
    The Netherlands accused Russia of violating the European Convention on Extradition

    Well, Europe itself violates its own conventions and does not extradite Russian fugitive criminals? "Pot calls the kettle black...!" as the proverb says.
  16. Alien From
    Alien From 3 December 2019 11: 29
    0
    If they still bark, they snout at the cannon themselves!
  17. Berkut24
    Berkut24 3 December 2019 11: 29
    +3
    So why didn’t Ukraine give him out, and why doesn’t she give him out now, when he is in Ukraine?
    Maybe because the Tzemakh itself is not needed by the Dutch, but the process itself is needed to drag out the investigation?
    1. Terenin
      Terenin 3 December 2019 12: 50
      +1
      Quote: Berkut24
      Maybe because the Tzemakh itself is not needed by the Dutch, but the process itself is needed to drag out the investigation?

      Yes, and also in the format of an anti-Russian chorus, they need to perform the notes issued in the aria "Tsemakh-Russia-Prosecution". Such "arias" are performed on all fronts, especially now with doping in sports. Others are preparing ...
  18. 7,62x54
    7,62x54 3 December 2019 11: 33
    0
    The netherlands began to excite
    1. g1washntwn
      g1washntwn 3 December 2019 11: 42
      +1
      Quote: 7,62x54
      The netherlands began excite

      ... swell
  19. kenig1
    kenig1 3 December 2019 11: 42
    0
    A maximum bundle of hemp to the Dutch lips.
  20. cniza
    cniza 3 December 2019 11: 51
    +1
    In mid-November, Russia sent an official notice to the Netherlands prosecutor’s office that the request for Zemakh’s extradition could not be fulfilled, since Russia had no information about his whereabouts.


    Very correct answer ...
  21. Justme
    Justme 3 December 2019 11: 56
    0
    And why not suggest that the investigators ask him questions in the style of a videoconference, and we would all as spectators watch this on YouTube in real time
  22. K-50
    K-50 3 December 2019 12: 11
    +2
    The Netherlands accused Russia of violating the European Convention on Extradition due to the refusal to arrest and transfer to the Netherlands prosecutor Vladimir Tsemakh for interrogation in the case of the crash of the MH17 aircraft in Ukraine.

    And what do the Dutch who smoked to confusion in the brain want from him?
    Interrogate, come, interrogate. ask, politely, without fingering like ordinary gopniks.
    The fact that you suspect someone of something is your difficulties. Proofs "in the studio"!
    Geyropa was in no hurry hurrying to extradite Chechen fighters accused of carrying out terrorist attacks, with numerous victims, especially ordinary citizens, women, children, and the elderly. Some who still live quietly in the geyropa and something of assistance to the Russian prosecutor’s office is not visible, although numerous proof of were introduced.
    finally, Russia is not going to extradite its citizens, or simply Russians, on just one bald accusation !!! If he has violated something, the Russian court will figure it out, but the geyropniks who have not been smoked in any way. request am
  23. Aliken
    Aliken 3 December 2019 12: 28
    0
    Donbass Ukraine? Here Ukraine and ask, leaders.
  24. prior
    prior 3 December 2019 12: 36
    0
    What did the Netherlands think when they sent the Malaysian flight through the conflict zone?
    And now, having gorged on "fish soup", without proof, they demand the extradition of our citizens ?!
    How do you want to take advantage of this GREAT and MIGHTY ....... so that the echo spreads throughout Europe for a long time: "Your mother ...., your mother ...., your Dutchman's mother ..."
  25. Klingon
    Klingon 3 December 2019 12: 54
    0
    however, the Russian Embassy was not allowed to the Skripals, despite the fact that they were citizens of the Russian Federation and all kinds of OF requests, they quietly banged and the same Dutch calmly looked at it like that, but then you made a noise if you didn’t give them a dude
  26. Zliy_mod
    Zliy_mod 3 December 2019 13: 16
    0
    They write here - for Russia, the paint is thickening: the European team of experts - determined that the rocket is the newest, Russian pro-va, never used in Ukraine ...
  27. Nikolai Petrov
    Nikolai Petrov 3 December 2019 13: 16
    +1
    The last fungi stood on their hind legs. Here are the breakthroughs about which Kissel broadcasts. Someone can imagine that an insignificant education, merged into a demoniac in 6 hours, would bring something to the Union. I also can’t imagine.
    1. Doliva63
      Doliva63 3 December 2019 17: 37
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      Quote: Nikolai Petrov
      The last fungi stood on their hind legs. Here are the breakthroughs about which Kissel broadcasts. Someone can imagine that an insignificant education, merged into a demoniac in 6 hours, would bring something to the Union. I also can’t imagine.

      It was pointless to present to the union, they just spoiled the trifles.
  28. vmo
    vmo 3 December 2019 14: 03
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    For God's sake, there will be a howl anyway, the dog howls, and the caravan
    goes, as they say in Holland.
  29. gafarovsafar
    gafarovsafar 3 December 2019 14: 13
    +1
    And when Kuev exchanged it, why didn’t the Dutch males jerk?
    1. Alex Nevs
      Alex Nevs 3 December 2019 15: 50
      0
      They were very busy with each other.
  30. NF68
    NF68 3 December 2019 15: 21
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    Please list the entire list of accusations against Russia.
  31. Sibguest
    Sibguest 3 December 2019 15: 49
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    "The Netherlands accused Russia of violating the European convention on extradition" ....
    So who are they (Netherlands) after that?
    As the incomparable Semyon Farad said in one film: 3,14 DERAZY!
  32. Dmitry Bolotsky
    Dmitry Bolotsky 3 December 2019 16: 46
    0
    Why should Russia extradite a Ukrainian citizen? Why do the Dutch do not demand this from the Ukrainians? Why did the Ukrainians not extradite him when he was at home? Or what, Holland and Hohland do not communicate with each other? And the Dutch prosecutor’s office should better deal with the question of why the Scythian gold has not yet been returned to its rightful owner.
  33. 23424636
    23424636 3 December 2019 17: 36
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    it’s just some kind of circus for the sake of this guy who, having drunk on social networks, posted himself as the head of the country's air defense. a whole tragedy erupted. First, Ukrainian saboteurs entered the Donetsk Republic and removed this clown in his apartment. Then they stupidly dragged him through minefields where they lost a couple of their fighters (according to another version, they brought him as a demented person through the DNR block. But at the same time, for some reason, his relatives climbed into the minefield). Then, according to this type of air defense, the SBU began to work, But apparently we realized that they took the wrong one or the wrong one and without any change it in an exchange with prisoners from dn R at the same time the Dutch screamed at the expense of the witness .. Yes there is nothing and nothing there was, besides Girkin’s paper, a military post. .Dutch or stupid stupid people or under drugs.
  34. iouris
    iouris 5 December 2019 13: 08
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    It's time for the Netherlands to present a historical score. Firstly, they replaced us with a king ...