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Russian Interior Minister Vladimir Kolokoltsev said at a meeting with China’s Prosecutor-General Ying Yong that there are attempts to expel Russia from Interpol, according to a June 21 report in TASS. “Russia’s firm position is that politicization of international cooperation in law enforcement is extremely counterproductive. What are we facing today in cooperation within the international police organization Interpol? There have been attempts to expel Russia from the framework of international police cooperation, various restrictions, concealment of information about wanted criminals by other states, non-fulfillment of our requests, and suspension of our country’s participation in the Financial Action Task Force,” he said in a video provided to TASS by the Interior Ministry’s press-center.

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