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Russian Senator: Kremlin Won’t Extradite Indicted Intel Officers

17 July 2018

But Jon Huntsman, the USA ambassador to Russian Federation, says Monday's meeting "is really the first time for both presidents to actually sit across the table and have a conversation and I hope it's a detailed conversation about where we might be able to find some overlapping and shared interests". "But I will absolutely, firmly ask the question". "They were doing whatever it was during the Obama administration", he added, echoing previous tweets on the matter.

"It doesn't feel good to have them here", said Anna Bruun, a civil servant who said she was opposed to "great power politics" playing out in her home city.

The United States does not have an extradition treaty with Russian Federation.

Speaking at a press conference alongside British Prime Minister Theresa May, President Trump seemed reluctant on a question of whether the U.S. and Russian Federation could realistically build a stronger alliance given Moscow's intervention in Ukraine.

Twelve Russian intelligence officers were indicted by a USA grand jury on Friday - just three days before President Donald Trump is scheduled to meet with Russia's Vladimir Putin - for interfering in the November 2016 presidential election.

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"[Trump] was perfectly prepared to have [the indictment] come before the meeting with Putin, "John Bolton said Sunday on ABC's "This Week"".

"The defendants accessed email accounts of volunteers and employees of a United States presidential campaign, including the campaign chairman starting in March of 2016", the deputy attorney general said. "I think the DNC should be ashamed of themselves for allowing themselves to be hacked".

"These actions are persistent, they are pervasive, and they are meant to undermine America's democracy on a daily basis regardless of whether it is election time or not", he said.

The move, first reported by Politico on Friday, comes just hours after Rosenstein announced a dozen new indictments against a dozen Russian intelligence officers who targeted the 2016 USA presidential election.

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In an apparent jab at his Democratic colleagues, Paul noted that the topics of Russian election interference and the Mueller probe have "gotten partisan" to the point that "we've forgotten that, really, the most important thing is the integrity of our election".

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Russian Senator: Kremlin Won’t Extradite Indicted Intel Officers