Moreno said the sentence for skipping bail would be "not long".
Ecuador s president said Thursday that conditions have been met for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to leave the country s embassy in London, which would end a six-year standoff with British authorities.
He did not say he would force Assange out of his country's embassy but said Assange's legal team is considering its next steps.
Lenin Moreno said in a radio interview Thursday said his government had received written assurances from the United Kingdom government not to extradite the Australian activist to any country where he would face the death penalty.
Assange has also been accused of using his anti-secrecy website to collaborate with Russian Federation and President Donald Trump in influencing the 2016 USA presidential election, a charge that all three parties deny.
Assange could be questioned in the investigation by Special Counsel Robert Mueller into possible Russian interference in the 2016 election that brought President Donald Trump to office.
Last month, an inadvertent court filing in a case unrelated to Assange revealed that he has been charged in secret.
After having caught up in allegations of sexual harassment in 2010, Assange took asylum in the Ecuadorian embassy in London.
But he said Ecuador was not about to throw Assange out.
In November, WikiLeaks suggested that the USA authorities might have brought sealed charges against Assange, citing a filing in an unrelated case that used Assange's name in an "apparent cut-and-paste error".
"We will protect Mr. Assange's rights - this is why we are looking for a solution, but this needs to be an agreed solution", he said.
The UK has told Ecuador that Assange's jail time would not exceed six months and that he would not face extradition to a country where he would face the death penalty. He faces charges of espionage, conspiracy, theft of government property, and computer fraud in the U.S., and Donald Trump's administration has stated that the Wikileaks founder's arrest is a top priority.
Moreno, however, said Assange had to answer to Britain for violating asylum terms when the WikiLeaks founder asked for protection to avoid being sent to Sweden.