Dw.de: Spain Decides the Fate of M. Ablyazov’s Bodyguard
The internet edition of Deutsche Welle published an article on the release of Aleksandr Pavlov, a former associate and bodyguard of Mukhtar Ablyazov. At the same time, a DW correspondent reports that proceedings are still pending relating to his extradition which was ordered by Kazakhstan.
The article quotes Pavlov himself who refutes the allegations against him explaining that the matter is politically motivated. The portal also mentions Pavlov’s efforts to be granted political asylum in Spain.
07The list of Kazakh dissidents, their families and colleagues persecuted with the use of INTERPOL in the European Union in 2012-15
02Ingancio Sanchez Amor in defence of Ablyazov: Appeal to the French government
11The French National Assembly and the European Parliament ask about Mukhtar Ablyazov and Alexander Pavlov
13Deputy Prosecutor General of the Kazakh Republic recalls the agreement with Russia concerning the handover of convicts
05El Pais: Bodyguard of Kazakh oppositionist: "If I returned, they would torture me to reach my boss"
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Mukhtar Ablyazov with family
Mukhtar Ablyazov: Prison Camp Experience
The Italian television channel ‘TG1’ about the kidnapping of Ablyazov’s family members
Akorda’s political hostages
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