Julian Assange’s journey to freedom involved a complex mix of diplomacy, politics, and legal maneuvers that finally allowed him to depart from London’s Stansted airport on a private jet bound for Australia.

The deal, which ended his years of confinement and legal battles, took months to finalize and remained uncertain until the last moment.

It began with Australia’s new government under Prime Minister Anthony Albanese prioritizing Assange’s release, supported by bipartisan efforts and diplomatic negotiations with the US.

Legal developments, including a UK court ruling in May, also pressured both sides to reach a resolution.

Ultimately, political will and strategic considerations from all parties converged to bring an end to this prolonged saga.

Credit : BBC


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