extradition request: The news becomes public on Dec. 5, according to Vancouver Courier. Dec. 6 China demands Canada release Meng and immediately correct the mistake officials made in arresting her. Dec. 1 Canadian authorities arrest Meng at Vancouver's airport while she is en route from Hong Kong to Mexico, after an extradition request from the Americans. The Chinese also say they were not briefed on the reasons for Meng's arrest. Dec. 7 Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland says Canada's envoy to China has briefed Chinese officials about Meng's case. In Ottawa, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Meng's case is part of an independent legal process with no outside political influence. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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