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PARIS, February 12. /TASS/. Russia’s request dispatched to Interpol for putting Mikhail Khodorkovsky on the international wanted list has been turned down, Interpol’s head office in Lyon has told TASS.
"The request for putting Mikhail Khodorkovsky on the international wanted list was made by the National Central Bureau of Interpol in Moscow. It was dispatched directly to all other Interpol member-countries," the head office said.
"After the request was considered Interpol’s General Secretariat ruled that it was in breach of the organization’s rules. The National Central Bureau in Moscow was notified that Interpol resources cannot be used for international police cooperation in this case," the Interpol office in Lyon said.