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JERUSALEM, December 27. /TASS/. Jerusalem’s court will have hearings on deportation of Russia’s Alexei Burkov appointed for January 21, head of the consulate section at the Russian embassy in Israel Ruslan Kandaurov told TASS on Sunday.
"The hearings are postponed to January 21 as additional materials are requested," he said.
He confirmed the hearings were "in the closed regime," but, he continued, "Russian diplomats were allowed to attend it."
According to Russia’s embassy in Tel Aviv, on December 13, Israel’s police detained Russian national Burkov at the international Ben Gurion Airport in line with the U.S. competent authorities’ warrant.