The British government insisted today that it will not grant a safe-conduct for founder of Wikileaks, Julian Assange, to travel to Ecuador while trying to reach a diplomatic solution to the conflict.
“Under our law, having exhausted all options for appeal, we are obliged to extradite him to Sweden. It is our intention to meet that obligation”, said spokesman for British Prime Minister, David Cameron, in a statement.
The UK has not changed its position in relation to the Australian activist, who remains determined to deliver him to Sweden, as his “legal obligation” for alleged sex offenses, which he denies. (MZ)