TALLINN – An informal virtual conference of the European Union's Justice and Home Affairs Council on Thursday discussed the extradition of EU citizens to third countries and Estonia supported a unified European approach in order to protect its citizens with regard to this issue.
The council discussed the lack of a common approach among EU member states on the protection afforded to EU citizens against unfounded requests for legal assistance and extradition from third countries.
"It is common for member states to refuse to extradite their ...
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