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Dissident's family expulsion revoked by Italian authorities

Ablyazov family 'welcome to return' says government

Dissident's family expulsion revoked by Italian authorities

(see previous) Rome, July 12 - The Italian government said on Friday that the expulsion of the wife and daughter of prominent Kazakh dissident Mukhtar Ablyazov from Italy in June was revoked and that they could return to the country. "The revocation of the expulsion order will be immediately made known to the Kazakh authorities through diplomatic channels," a government statement said. A meeting was held among top Italian government members in Rome on Friday to discuss the deportation of the wife and daughter of prominent Kazakh dissident Mukhtar Ablyazov from Italy in June. Interior Minister Angelino Alfano, Premier Enrico Letta, Foreign Minister Emma Bonino and Justice Minister Anna Maria Cancellieri held talks to discuss the case of Alma Shalabayeva and her six-year-old daughter, who last month were taken to Rome's Ciampino airport and put on a private jet with Kazakh diplomats following a raid by Italian police on a Rome apartment. Letta, Bonino and Cancellieri have denied knowing about the operation until after the fact.

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