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BERLIN — A Vietnamese man at the center of an unusual diplomatic spat between Berlin and Hanoi has been arrested and extradited to Germany, where he is wanted on suspicion of involvement in the abduction last month of a high-ranking construction executive.
The man, identified only as Long N. His extradition, carried out on Wednesday, came three weeks after the executive, Trinh Xuan Thanh, was returned to Vietnam.
Thanh, 51, fled Vietnam last year amid accusations of economic mismanagement, and sought political asylum in Germany. But on July 23, a day before his case was set to be heard, Long N. Thanh and a companion from a Berlin street into a Volkswagen van he had rented in Prague a few days earlier, German prosecutors said.
Long N. He had also been a senior official in the southern province of Hau Giang. Thanh happened to be discovered in Germany. This month, Mr. Before his return, the authorities in Vietnam had submitted a request for Mr.
Officials in Germany had not made a ruling on the request by the time of the suspected abduction, but said they strongly believed that Vietnamese diplomats and intelligence agents had been involved in the kidnapping. German federal prosecutors on Aug. The next day, a warrant was issued for the arrest of Long N. The countries, however, also share a cultural connection: Many Vietnamese lived and worked in East Germany before the Berlin Wall fell in , and about 20, people of Vietnamese origin now live in Berlin.