The National Judicial Board issued arrest warrants for 12 Russians, including Nikolay Aulov and the former deputy chairman of the Investigative Committee of the Prosecutor General’s Office Igor Sobolevsky.
The National Judicial Board of Spain has issued international arrest warrants for 12 Russian citizens, which could have links to the so-called Tambov-Malyshev gang, Cadena Ser radio reports.
According to media reports, the list includes the State Duma Deputy Vladislav Reznik and his wife Diana Gindin. At that point, Reznik and his lawyers have repeatedly denied all the charges against them. In addition, the radio claims that the National Judicial Board of Spain has issued a warrant for the deputy head of Russian Federal Drug Control Service Nikolay Aulov.
The Federal Drug Control Service of the Russian Federation noted that the department had received no requests for arrests or issues of the international arrest warrant. It stressed that Nicholas Aulov had never been a fugitive, suspect or accused.
Moreover, Cadena Ser says that the Spanish court requires for detention of the former deputy chairman of the Investigative Committee of the Prosecutor General’s Office Igor Sobolevsky.
The National Judicial Board of Spain hasn’t confirmed the information about the international arrest warrants for the Russians.
'The National Judicial Board may have no idea where this or that person is,' the court noted, adding that 'theoretically the international order' extends to all the states of the world and is given in order the suspects take their Spanish trial.