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Alleged organizer of the assassination attempt on Putin seeks asylum in Georgia2012-08-22 13:25
Chechen native Adam Osmaev, who was arrested in Ukraine on suspicion of organizing the assassination attempt on Vladimir Putin, has appealed to Georgian authorities to grant him political asylum, the Trud.ru reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The relevant documents were passed to the Georgian side. "If Georgia denies political asylum to Osmaev, the same request can be passed to the Finnish authorities", Osmaev's law wife Amina Okueva said.
According to the VZGLIAD, earlier on Tuesday, it was reported that Adam Osmaev, suspected in the attempt on Russian president Vladimir Putin, had appealed to the Migration Service of Ukraine with a request to grant him asylum. But Kiev refused.
Earlier, Kiev suspended the transfer procedure of Adam Osmaev to the Russian side due to the ECHR statement, which has recommended Ukraine to postpone extradition. Osmaev's defence appealed to the European Court with a complain that he could have been tortured.
The news about the thwarted attack on Putin appeared in late February, when members of the Russian and Ukrainian special services detained a native of Grozny Adam Osmayev and Kazakh citizen Ilya Pyanzin in Odessa.