Australia’s Prime Minister Anthony Albanese said Wednesday he had personally called on US officials to end legal proceedings against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, declaring: “Enough is enough.” Assange, an Australian citizen, has been held in a London prison since 2019 pending a US extradition request to face trial for divulging US military secrets in 2010 about the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. “I some time ago made my point that enough is enough. It is time for this matter to be brought to a conclusion,” Albanese told parliament. “I have raised this personally with representatives of the United States government. My position is clear.” The Australian leader said he did not have sympathy for many of the 51-year-old’s actions. But he asked: “What is the point of this continuing, this legal action, which could be caught up now for many years into the future?” Assange has been held in London’s high-security Belmarsh prison since 2019, after serving time for skipping bail in a previous case and spending years holed up in Ecuador’s embassy. He could face decades in jail if found guilty in the United States. Albanese compared Assange’s treatment to that of Chelsea Manning, whose 35-year jail sentence for stealing secret documents was commuted by then-president Barack Obama in 2017.