Sport Madagascar: the two Malagasy gold traffickers soon extradited from the Comoros
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In the case of gold traffic between Madagascar and the Comoros, the two Malagasy arrested with 49 kilos of gold on December 28 at Moroni International Airport in Comoros, will be extradited in the coming days to the big island. They planned to sell their 49 kilos to a company already cited in the 73-kilometer of gold ...
with our correspondent in Antananarivo, Laure Vneau
Thewill be returned to the Great Island. This is indicated by the extradition order of the Comorian authorities, which RFI has obtained, signed on 12 January
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it was the request of the Minister of Malagasy Justice, on the move yesterday on Wednesday to the Comoros for this matter. . Moroni should also keep the 49 kilos of gold, according to a source close to the investigation. Neither the Comorian authorities nor the Malagasy authorities have not yet expressed itself on this subject.
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according to the invoices found on traffickers, which RFI procured, the gold would come from Mali, and more precisely From the company Mali Metal Sarl to Bamako. In the verbal note of January 4 of the Ministry of Foreign Malagasy, the latter stated, however, that these ingots came from the big island. Always according to the invoices, the ingots were to be sold at Parpia Gold, located in Dubai, which is not unknown to the general public.
The company was cited in the case of the, in January 2021. The Malagasy traffickers arrested provided for them to sell them their ingots. They then had false documents - according to the South African authorities - attesting that gold also came from Mali ...
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