Russian Interior Ministry perplexed by Interpol's refusal to put Browder on intl wanted list

The Russian Interior Ministry is perplexed by Interpol's refusal to put Hermitage Capital co-founder and CEO William Browder on its search list, the ministry told Interfax.

The Russian Interior Ministry is perplexed by Interpol's refusal to put Hermitage Capital co-founder and CEO William Browder on its search list, the ministry told Interfax.

"The Russian Interior Ministry has been perplexed by the Interpol General Secretariat's decision to turn down a request for searching for and detaining William Browder, whom a Russian court has found guilty of committing a grave crime," it said.

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