Mullah Krekar will be allowed to travel Italy by Norway government for trial

Mullah Krekar an Islamic scholar from Norway will be allowed to travel out of country as per the reports. The government will give outreach documents so that he can travel to Italy to be present during his own trial, according to the Ministry of Justice.

The Ministry of Justice and Security has clarified that Najumuddin Faraj Ahmad, better known as Mulla Krekar, will be able to get travel documents, according to the Ministry of Justice in a press release. The travel documents will only apply if Krekar travels to Italy to be present during his own trial.

“We shall not stand the way that Krekar can go to Italy to be present during the trial against him, let it be clear. We want him to respond to what he is accused of there , “says Justice, Preparedness and Immigration Minister Tor Mikkel Wara (Frp).

Krekar has been charged with a terrorist case in Italy and is summoned to explain during the trial the next Monday. On Tuesday, Krekar’s lawyer Brynjar Meling said that they already addressed the Norwegian authorities in October, so that the Northern Arabian can be provided with the necessary travel documents and meet the court talks.

The trial in Italy has already been postponed several times, and many indicate that it may be postponed. Attorney Brynjar Meling informs NTB that he assumes there will be a new postponement.

ABC news has confirmed the news of travel documents to be issued for him to travel to Italy.

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