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The assange case: Swedish was arrested at the airport in Ecuador

Ecuador's minister of the interior María Paula Romo says that the man who was arrested went along with the country's former foreign minister Ricardo Patiño, w

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The assange case: Swedish was arrested at the airport in Ecuador

Ecuador's minister of the interior María Paula Romo says that the man who was arrested went along with the country's former foreign minister Ricardo Patiño, who also was the one who granted Assange political asylum in the country in 2012.

"We have enough evidence that he participated in the attempt to destabilise the government," she says.

and claimed that ”the two Russian hackers, a member of Wikileaks, and a person who stands close to Julian Assange living in Ecuador”.

The Swedish citizen describes the minister of the interior, so this in an article in El Universo:

”for several years have a key person in Wikileaks and a person who is Assange, near lived in Ecuador and we have evidence that he has worked to destabilise the government.”

reporting agents, the suspicions relate to a utpressningsförsök against the president Lenín Moreno.

The first man is working in Quito and is reported to have been arrested when he was about to leave Ecuador to go to Japan. A trip that he planned even before Assange was arrested. In a post on Twitter, wrote the man the 10 april:

”tomorrow I'm travelling to Japan to train in two weeks – I am very excited about the trip! My first to Japan!”

at 19 the time that you have not yet been able to confirm the arrest, but the Swedish embassy is in contact with the local authorities to get the data.

In an email to the DN, type the Swedish honorary consul in Ecuador, Ola Ernberg, that he can only confirm that the man's ”human rights have not been violated and that he is in contact with his family and their lawyers”.

According to the TV4 and the news agency Reuters writes that the man is still being held by the authorities.

what will happen with Wikileaksgrundaren Julian Assange. Assange's lawyers have called their home country Australia to do more for him.

But Australia's prime minister Scott Morrison says that Julian Assange will receive consular help to the same extent as all other australians abroad, reports local media.

" He will not get any special treatment. He will be treated the same as all the others and get the same support as any other, " says Scott Morrison to the television channel ABC.

on Thursday after a request by the us authorities, according to the police in London. The Tv pictures show how a distressed and worn Assange with a long, white beard is worn out of at least seven police officers to a waiting police car.

It was the end of the many odd tours around the australierns almost seven-year-long stay at the embassy, which has become a diplomatic headache for the countries involved.

Read more: Julian Assange arrested by british police after the U.S.-requirements

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