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Assange used the Ecuadorian message for "spying," says the president

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Julian Assange used the Ecuadorian embassy in London as a "center for espionage," said the leader of the country.

Lenin Moreno also said no other nation The decision to revoke the WikiLeaks founder's asylum had an impact on Assange's violation.

President Moreno claimed he spoke to the Guardian and said the old Ecuadorian government has set up facilities within the embassy to "intervene in other states."

The lawyer of Assange had previously accused Ecuador of "outrageous accusations". President Moreno, who came to power in 201

7, commented on the decision to end Assange's seven-year stay at the Embassy: "Any attempt to destabilize is a reprehensible act for Ecuador because we are a sovereign nation and respect each country's policies.

He added, "We can not allow our house, the house that opened its doors, to become a center for espionage."

The President also referred to Assange's seemingly poor hygiene after allegations of Ecuadorian Interior Minister Maria Paula Romo had been made.

Assange's attorney Jennifer Robinson denied the allegations when she appeared in Sky Sophia Ridge on Sunday.

"I think the first thing to say is that in recent days Ecuador has made some outrageous allegations to justify what was an unlawful and extraordinary act when the British police were dropped in a message ", she said.

Sh I added that Assange's fears of a US delivery threat proved correct this week after allegations were made that he was hacking into a classified Pentagon computer.

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Media caption Footage shows Julian Assange being dragged out of the Ecuadorian embassy in London

Assange, 47, faces up to twelve months in prison after being shot he was found guilty in 2012 when he joined the Ecuadorian embassy.

He took the step after losing his fight against extradition to Sweden, where he was confronted with, among other things, rape.

Assange is now expected to fight extradition to the US for allegations he has plotted with former US intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning in a government computer classified as secretive. 19659019]
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