Telegraf.by on May 4, 2012 released the following:
“May 3, a resident of Manerba (Italy), who was wanted by Interpol since October 2010 at the request of law enforcement agencies of Egypt, was detained in the Belarusian National airport “Minsk” at border control for the flight “Milan-Minsk.” The Italian, who is the CEO of a large trading company, is suspected of fraud.
Asccrding to the spokesman for the Interior Ministry of Internal Affairs in the transport of Belarus, Alexander Marchenko, the Italian citizen is known to have come to Belarus to establish a business relationship with one of the companies in the country. The detainee is now in a detention center. The question of his extradition to the initiator of the search is being considered, BelTA informs.
As Telegraf previously reported, in January, at the National airport “Minsk,” border guards and employees of transport militia detained a resident of Navapolatsk, who had arrived in Belarus from the Swedish capital – Stockholm. He had been wanted at home since September 2010 for evading to pay a large loan.”
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