Spain starts extradition of Onyschenko, he is obliged to monthly appear in court
Spain has started the procedure of extradition of the wanted people's deputy of Ukraine, Oleksandr Onyschenko, the Hromadske edition has stated, with reference to the report from the Spanish Embassy, presented at a meeting of the Kyiv Solomiansky District Court by the prosecutors of the Specialized Anti-Corruption Prosecutor's Office.
According to the report, the Spanish court obliged Onyschenko to appear in court every month.
"Under the Spanish court ruling, a measure of restraint in the form of conditional release was applied to him. And now on the first day of every month he is obliged to appear in the Spanish court, which considers extradition," Prosecutor Andriy Perov said, noting that if Onyschenko does not appear in court, he could be put on the wanted list in European countries.
The Spanish court made the corresponding decision in relation to the Ukrainian parliamentarian on November 13, 2017.
At the same time, Onyschenko's defense in court tried to appeal against the letter of the Prosecutor General's Office of Ukraine, in which as early as December 2016 the investigators asked Spain for the extradition of the people's deputy.