Pavel Borodin's press secretary Ivan Makushok expressed confidence that the State Secretary of the Union State of Russia and Byelorussia would fly to Moscow on Friday, April 13. In the conversation with the RIA Novosti correspondent, Ivan Makushok excluded the possibility of Pavel Borodin's arrival in Moscow this evening. As was reported earlier, Pavel Borodin will be released after the bail of five million Swiss francs will be paid. This sum will be taken in cash from a bank in Zurich and brought to Geneva by automobile transport. The bail must be paid on Thursday before six o'clock p. m., local time, when the cashbox in the Geneva Palace of Justice close
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