Analysis: Past form and legal wrangling mean Vladimir Putin will refuse point-blank
Russia is likely to brusquely reject any request by the UK for the extradition of two Russian nationals who police appear to have identified in connection with the deadly nerve agent attack in Salisbury.
Past form suggests the Kremlin will refuse point-blank to cooperate in the latest legal standoff between Moscow and London. It has legal cover for such a decision: Russia’s constitution forbids the extradition of its citizens.
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