Ecuador seeking possible mediation in Assange case
Jan 10 2018 by Desiree Burns
Ecuador is looking for help evicting a yearslong tenant of the country's London embassy: Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.
However, speaking to RT last week, a spokesman for the Ecuadorian embassy, where Assange has resided since 2012, confirmed that the Australian was still in the building and his health status remains unchanged.
The Andean country's new government, however, has said it is concerned over Assange's "complicated" situation.
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"No solution can be reached without global cooperation and without cooperation from the United Kingdom, which in addition has shown interest in finding a solution". He remains over fears he will be extradited to the United States and put on trial for WikiLeaks publishing leaked secret U.S. military documents and diplomatic cables in 2010.
According to The Guardian, the United Kingdom government has already cast doubt on the mediation offer, saying "the government of Ecuador knows that the way to resolve this issue is for Julian Assange to leave the embassy to face justice". While Sweden has at least temporarily dropped that investigation, British officials say they'd still arrest him on charges of bail jumping.