If the Interpol Commission decides that the materials collected by the Moscow colleagues are sufficient, then Mikhail Khodorkovsky will be declared internationally wanted.
Interfax cites the statement of the interlocutor of the agency, who spoke on this matter:
The Central Bureau of Interpol in Lyon, as a rule, automatically issues a warrant for the search and arrest of persons in respect of whom a decision on an international search was made in the countries - members of Interpol. But in some cases, when a corresponding statement comes from lawyers of a wanted person, or on Interpol’s own initiative - based on the available information on the political nature of the criminal prosecution - the issue of inclusion in the wanted list is submitted to an independent commission.
At the same time, the oligarch and ex-sideler is going to pretend that he does not notice that he can be put on the international wanted list. Apparently, Khodorkovsky, who lives in Switzerland, is counting on the interest of Interpol officials in responding to Russian law enforcement officials with a refusal on his “democratic” person. That is why his anti-Russian and anti-Putin rhetoric (which is adored by certain circles in the West) has only been gaining momentum lately.