“It is unknown where Yarosh is now. Ukraine does not extradite its citizens to other countries, not to mention Russia, which does not extradite Ukrainian citizens to us,” Heraschenko posted on Facebook on Friday evening.
Thus, “Dmytro Yarosh has nothing to fear in Ukraine namely on this regard,” he said.
Interpol has declared Yarosh wanted upon the request of the Russian judicial authorities. The Interpol Web site’s “wanted persons” section says that Yarosh is wanted by Russia’s judicial authorities “for prosecution/to serve a sentence” on charges of “public incitement to terrorist activities involving the use of mass media” and “public incitement to extremist activities involving the use of mass media.”