The Prosecutor General’s office ruled out the possibility of granting Spain the Deputy Reznik

Russia will not extradite state Duma Deputy Vladislav Reznik, who Spain announced on the international wanted list. About this Interfax said the Prosecutor General Yuri Chaika.

“Will not” — said Chaika, responding to the corresponding question.

On March 12 it became known that United Russia Vladislav Reznik declared wanted by Interpol at the request of Spain. According to the lawyer Alexander gofshtein, a Spanish court ruled the arrest in absentia and declared Reznik on the wanted list a few weeks ago. The attorney pointed out that Interpol cannot arrest a Deputy in Russia, but it may do so if he crosses the border.

According to the Deputy of the state Duma Vladimir pligina, Resnick accused that he was allegedly involved “laundering money”. With this Pligin noted that Reznik “transferred money solely from their accounts that were undeclared and from which were paid all the taxes.”

According to the source of “Rosbalt”, Resnick, along with several other Russians, accused of involvement in the Tambovskaya criminal group and money laundering in the Kingdom.

Previously gofshtein said that the protection of Reznik appealed against the actions of the Spanish court. “More or less objective analysis of the charges and materials that were presented in its rationale, demonstrate a clear political rather than legal nature of the case. In this case, the Interpol should refuse the search, as so often happens”, he told Interfax.