An Albanian court’s decision to extradite Faruk Fatih Ozer, founder of the cryptocurrency exchange Thodex, to Turkey has been appealed.
In a statement to the AA reporter, sources from the Durres Court of Appeal confirmed that Ozier had appealed the decision of the Elbasan Court of First Instance.
It is reported that the file on the subject was registered in the Darak Court of Appeal today, and it is expected that the date for the first session will be set.
In the November 17 session, the Elbasan Court of First Instance stated that the request of the Elbasan Public Prosecutor’s Office to “allow Ozer to be extradited to Turkey” was accepted.
It was captured in Albania on August 30th.
Ozer was arrested in Albania on August 30 and was wanted on a red notice.
On September 2, Elbasan Court of First Instance decided that Ozer’s detention would continue. Ozier’s lawyers appealed the decision on September 14.
On September 20, the Al-Darrash Court of Appeal upheld Osiris’ arrest warrant.
Interior Minister Süleyman Soylu announced that Ozer will be extradited to Turkey after court proceedings in Albania.
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