Relations contained in the Ecuadorian embassy have been deteriorating for months.
It has been seven years since Julian Assange fled to the nation’s diplomatic mission in Knightsbridge, yards from the world-famous Harrods division retailer, going through extradition to Sweden on sexual assault allegations that he denied.
Thursday’s arrest maybe comes as little shock after WikiLeaks held a press convention earlier this week accusing employees on the Ecuadorian embassy of spying on him.
Since Ecuadorian President Lenin Moreno took workplace in 2017, Assange had repeatedly claimed his dwelling scenario inside the embassy was turning into more and more hostile, with the nation attempting to make life tougher in a bid to power him to vacate the premises.
Ecuador has constantly denied Assange’s allegations.