Swedish prosecutors are set to announce whether they are reopening an inquiry into a rape allegation against Wikileaks co-founder Julian Assange.
The investigation may be revived at the request of the alleged victim’s lawyer.
Assange, who denies the charges, has avoided extradition to Sweden for seven years after seeking refuge at the Ecuadorean embassy in London in 2012.
But the 47-year-old was evicted last month and sentenced to 50 weeks in jail for breaching his bail conditions.
The US also wants to extradite Assange from the UK over his alleged role in the release of classified military and diplomatic material in 2010.
After his dramatic arrest last month, he was taken to Westminster Magistrates’ Court and found guilty of a British charge of breaching bail. He is currently being held at Belmarsh prison in London.
The United Nations has called for his right to a fair trial to be respected during any extradition process.