The results of the interview in London with Julian Assange in November have been reported to Swedish authorities. The documentation is in Spanish and consists of several hundred pages, which now will be translated. The translation is estimated to take at least several weeks. Thereafter, the prosecutors will take a view on the continuation of the investigation.
At the moment, no more information can be provided.
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