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Vietnamese case: Refused the criminal report

According to the investigator, there was no reason to initiate criminal prosecution.

November 30, 2018 at 12:19 (updated 30 Nov. 2018 at 12:25) SITA

BRATISLAVA. The investigator of the Ministry of Interior's inspection service on October 12 issued a ruling rejecting a criminal complaint in the case of alleged kidnapping of a Vietnamese businessman by the Slovak specialty of the government.

"He ruled that the prosecution was not the subject of criminal prosecution and that the prosecution appointee, who rejected the complainant's complaint in that case, also confirmed his decision," the SITA news agency said.

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In addition to the applicant, the investigator heard 23 cases in the case, requesting reports from 15 institutions, such as the departments for the control of the border guards Ružinov airport, the airport of M. R. Štefánik, the Slovak intelligence service, the military intelligence service and others.

"The police inspectorate has decided to disclose the rejection of criminal prosecution, given the considerable public interest in the case and the release of the resolution by the investigators," the Interior Ministry adds.

N newspapers reported in October that two policemen were caught before the Slovak investigators saw at the airport that they had flown to our government plane Trinh Xuan Thanh. The Vietnamese was allegedly kidnapped last summer with a special Slovak government.


Kaliňák refused to participate

The then Interior Minister Robert Kaliňák (Smer-SD) rejected any deliberate involvement of Slovakia in the abduction.

A Vietnamese businessman, according to German media reports last summer, is likely to be taken from Germany to Vietnam. He sought political asylum in Germany while facing corruption charges in his home country.

The Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung wrote that the Park in the Börk Park in Bratislava drove with GPS hijackers.

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