“On Sunday morning, Denis and his children will fly home to Russia,” he said.

Earlier, a court in Poland opposed the extradition of Lisov.

A man took his three daughters out of the Scandinavian country, where they lived in a foster family. Lisov himself noted in a conversation with RT that he was happy with the verdict and was awaiting a decision on obtaining a residence permit in Poland.

Lisov was detained on April 1 at the Warsaw airport when he was waiting for departure to Moscow.

The judge decided to remove the arrest from Lisov in order to prevent the extradition of the Russian and his separation from his family. In Sweden, the Russians face punishment - four years in prison.

More details in the material RT.