Ambassador Stepanov said that Canada asked for more time to respond on Gunko

The Ambassador of the Russian Federation in Ottawa, Oleg Stepanov, said during a conversation with RIAN that representatives of the Canadian Ministry of Foreign Affairs requested more time to prepare a response to the case of Yaroslav Gunko (Hunka) during a meeting with diplomatic officials from Russia.

“The Canadian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, during a meeting with the Minister-Counselor of the embassy, ​​asked for additional time to prepare an answer on the substance of our questions in connection with the Gunka case,” the head of the Russian diplomatic mission clarified.

Stepanov noted that Canadian authorities had previously refused to extradite Gunko. But the man expressed interest in whether Canadian law enforcement would check his past, as well as his connection with massacres and genocide, in accordance with the laws of the North American state.

In addition, the diplomat asked whether the details of Gunko’s acquisition of Canadian citizenship would be considered and whether he noted his SS affiliation in the application form upon entry into the country.

Previously, the head of the Zaporozhye public movement “We are together with Russia,” Vladimir Rogov, commented on Canada’s reluctance to extradite former SS man Yaroslav Gunko. More about this read the material Public News Service.

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