Indonesia, Russia sign extradition treaty to combat crime
2 months ago
Indonesia and Russia signed an extradition agreement on Friday which they said would help combat transnational crime and be a turning point in their relations.
The treaty – Indonesia’s first extradition agreement with a European country – was signed by Indonesian Law and Human Rights Minister Yasonna Laoly and Russian Minister of Justice Konstantin Chuychenko.
Chuycenko said the agreement is key to bringing bilateral relations forward.
“With this treaty signed, we now have a legal basis for our cooperation in the sphere of combating crimes and this is going to be systematical and productive in the future,” Chuychenko said after the signing ceremony on the resort island of Bali.
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