The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom refused WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to appeal extradition to the United States, now the case goes to the British Interior Minister Priti Patel, according to the WikiLeaks resource.

“The Supreme Court of Great Britain refused permission to appeal against the extradition of Assange. Now the case goes to the British Interior Minister Priti Patel to authorize the extradition,” the organization wrote on Twitter.

On December 10, 2021, the High Court of London granted the U.S. appeal against the previous decision prohibiting extradition, the court satisfied the guarantees that the U.S. provided to the British side. The hearing was limited to the question of whether the judge of the Central Criminal Court in London was wrong in judging that Assange could commit suicide if he was extradited to the United States. The court granted the U.S. appeal and ruled that the case should be referred to the Westminster Magistrates Court with instructions that the district judge send the case to the Minister of State, who will decide whether to extradite Assange to the U.S. Assange at the end of December filed a petition for the opportunity to appeal this decision, at the end of January 2022, the High Court of London allowed it.