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MOSCOW, November 14. /TASS/. Russian President Vladimir Putin has approved signing of accords on extradition of people wanted in their homeland with Panama and Sri Lanka. The specific decrees were signed by the head of state on November 13 and were published on the official portal of legal information on Friday.
In both cases, the president instructed the Justice Ministry to reach an agreement with specific countries to sign these accords on behalf of Russia, permitting to make essential changes in this document approved by the Russian government.