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MOSCOW, January 10 - RAPSI. The Prosecutor General's Office has requested from the Investigative Committee the documents necessary to extradite former Moscow Regional Deputy Prosecutor General Alexander Ignatenko from Poland, office spokesperson Marina Gridneva told RIA Novosti on Tuesday.
"On January 5, the Prosecutor General's Office requested from the Investigative Committee the documents needed to resolve the issue concerning the submission of an inquiry on handing Ignatenko over to Poland's competent authorities. The materials have not been submitted to the Prosecutor General's Office so far," she said.
Ignatenko was involved in a Moscow region gambling scandal. He was detained on January 1 in Poland.