Note: JUNE 19 – Julian Assange will have been inside the embassy for four years.
Cities, including Paris, Berlin and New York, will hold special events to mark the anniversary.
By Alan Jones
THE award winning film maker took time out of his promotional tour for his new film, Where To Invade Next, to visit Assange at the Ecuadorian embassy in London.
Oscar-winning documentary film-maker Michael Moore meeting WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange inside the Ecuadorian embassy in London.
OSCAR-winning documentary film-maker Michael Moore has taken time out from promoting his new film to meet WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange .
The American has been a supporter of Mr Assange for years but they had never met in person.
Moore paid a visit to the Ecuadorian embassy in London, where Mr Assange is living as he seeks to avoid extradition to Sweden, where he is wanted for questioning over a sex allegation , which he has always denied.
He believes that if he travels to Sweden he will be taken to the United States to be quizzed about the activities of WikiLeaks.
Mr Moore has been a supporter of Mr Assange for years but they had never met in person.
Mr Assange will have been inside the embassy for four years on June 19.
A number of cities around the world, including Paris, Berlin and New York, will hold special events to mark the anniversary.
In Moore’s new film, Where To Invade Next, he examines how Europeans view work, education, healthcare, sex, equality and other issues.
He is visiting a number of European countries for the film, but not the UK.