WikiLeaks delegation will meet with Colombian president Gustavo Petro and six other South American heads of state to discuss Julian Assange's extradition battle
WikiLeaks delegation will be meeting with Colombian president Gustavo Petro
The meeting will take place tomorrow morning in Bogotá, sources confirmed
Campaigners will discuss Julian Assange's extradition and press freedom
The group will meet with six other heads of state after meeting with Mr Petro
WikiLeaks campaigners are meeting with the president of Colombia and six other heads of state in attempt to raise support for founder Julian Assange.
Assange, 51, is facing extradition from London to the US, where he is charged with violating the US Espionage Act by publishing US military and diplomatic files in 2010 related to the Afghanistan and Iraq wars.
WikiLeaks delegation will meet with Colombian President Gustavo Petro tomorrow morning in Bogotá to discuss press freedom and the 'political nature' of Assange's prosecution, sources confirmed to The Mail on Sunday.
The campaigners, including WkiLeaks Editor-in-Chief Kristinn Hrafnsson and Assange's chief of staff Joseph Farrell, are set to meet with six other heads of state in the region following the meeting with Mr Petro.
They hope their south American tour will bear influence on the White House by raising support for Assange and appealing to the Hispanic and Latino population in the US.
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