Ecuador allows Sweden to interview WikiLeaks co-founder Assange in its London embassy

Sweden has made a formal request to interview Assange in Ecuador’s London Embassy, four years after the initial offer from Ecuadorian authorities. The deal was struck on Wednesday.

The agreement was apparently reached after Ecuador’s attorney general okayed the Swedish government’s request, made back in June, to interview the WikiLeaks founder.

“In the coming weeks a date will be established for the proceedings to be held at the Embassy of Ecuador in the United Kingdom,” according to a communique released by Ecuador’s Foreign Ministry, as quoted by Telesur media outlet.

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