Russia refuses to extradite ex-banker Romanov to Lithuania

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Moscow says that it will not extradite Vladimir Romanov, owner of the bankrupt Ūkio Bankas, to Lithuania, as he has been granted asylum in Russia, the Lithuanian Prosecutor General's Office informed on Monday.
Vladimir Romanov
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