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BERLIN, December 22, 16:57 /ITAR-TASS/. The former CEO of YUKOS oil major, Mikhail Khodorkovsky, said he would return to Russia if the Supreme Court exonerated him from charges in the first YUKOS case.
“I have no guarantees that I will then be able to fly from Russia. The Supreme Court of the Russian Federation must confirm the decision of the European Court of Human Rights that I as well as my friend Platon Lebedev are exonerated from charges in the first YUKOS case,” Khodorkovsky said at a news conference in Berlin.