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On Sunday, Muslim was reportedly arrested in the Czech capital. The decision to detain him was made on February 24 by the Interpol’s office in the Czech Republic on the basis of Ankara’s request.

Prague said that the decision on his arrest will be taken by the Czech court, while the Turkish side will be informed about the process. Prague is expecting Ankara to hand over documents demanding Muslim’s extradition.

“At the moment this issue is being handled by the police, as well as by the Justice Ministry, since an international arrest warrant was issued for the detainee. Perhaps, talks [about the extradition] will also take place at the level of diplomatic missions. It is logical that the Turkish minister would like to talk about this with our minister,” Lagronova told reporters on Sunday, adding that phone talks between the two foreign ministers had not been scheduled so far.

Ankara considers the PYD, a Kurdish political party in northern Syria, an affiliate of the Turkish Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), listed as a terror organization in Turkey. Turkey has recently launched a military operation called “olive branch” in the Syrian region of Afrin, which is aimed against Kurdish militias, including the PYD.

The Turkish Interior Ministry included Muslim to the list of most wanted terrorists on February 13, saying that it will pay over $1 million for any information that may help to locate the former Kurdish leader.

Recently, Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Bekir Bozdag said that Turkish Interior Ministry, Foreign Ministry and Ministry of Justice were working on the issue of Muslim’s extradition.

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Source: Sputnik

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He was stupid to go to the land of the Beneš decrees. One of the EU countries that is fobic about all refugees from Syria and the near East.

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1. we do not like moslems, coming to Europe, as they destroy the hosting countries. We do not want to destroy our culture. They are no refugees, they are invaders. Why do they want to stay in a foreign country? They have to go home and build their own society and not destroy ours. 2. Kurds have been betrayed by Israel, who captured Ocalan and expedited him to Turkey, where he sits in jail since then. Now I hope this MOSLEM will be sent to Turkey for his life in jail. Kurds are traitors, who work together with NATO, USA.… Read more »

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You have a history of persecuting others – no wonder You hate victims and those that want to help – because they remember.

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Lack of arguments replaced by Soros propaganda.
Well done, snowflake.
You seem to be entnazifiziert German.

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Name one country, persecuted by Czeoslovakia.
Germans started the kicking in 938 and Cz kicked back.
As for your beloved “refugees”, , tjey do not want to stay in Hu, Cz, Sk, or Pl.
You know why?
The social benefits are only 1/10 of the benefits in Germany. And if mama Merkel invited somebody, then she has to pay the bill.
You dedtroyed your country by importing them, we do not want to commoit a suicide, like you do.

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what do you know about Benes decrets? do you remember 1938, when the “West”, France UK, Germany, Italy and morons n Poland singed a treatyin Munich, destroying Czechoslovakia? Why not make tabula rasa after defeat of Germany, which was blamed for everything. The winner takes it all. Those bastards signed a treaty with Hitler and they want to put blame on Stali, signing one year later Molotov-Ribbentrop treaty. Stupid germans once more took the blame for UK policy (second world war was initiated by UK policy and called out by UK and France, who declared the war on Germany). Should… Read more »

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The Beneš decrees were the prelude to the genocide and ethnic cleansing of the German Sudetes as a nation. War crimes! You have trouble to see that the Allies committed the same type of crimes as the Fascist Hitlerists. You justify YOUR nation’s crimes as punishment meted out to a criminal nation. But a nation is no individual. Guilt is individual. Hitler got ultimate power by a self-coup and committed crimes. How can the Germans in CZ have been collectively guilty of the consequences of a self coup in another country? How can any Germans be guilty of the crimes… Read more »