In June, the Oslo District Court will decide whether Mullah Krekar is to be extradited to Italy. He is accused of planning terrorist acts and for being part of an alleged terrorist network.
Oslo District Court will spend five days on deciding whether an extradition of Krekar meets the provisions of the Extradition Act, the newspaper Aftenposten writes.
The police attorney Signe K. Aalling from the Police Security Service (PST) will be meeting Krekar defender Brynjar Meling in court.
Italian authorities have charged Krekar with planning terrorist acts and for being part of the alleged terrorist network Rawti SHAX. Both Krekar and two other men who are resident in Norway, have been summoned to court.
Oslo District Court jailed Krekar, or Najmuddin Faraj Ahmad which is his real name, for eight more weeks Friday last week.
Source: NTB scanpix / Norway Today