US to 'seek cooperation' with countries that Snowden is travelling to
WASHINGTON (AFP) - The United States Justice Department said on Sunday that it will seek the cooperation of law enforcement authorities in countries where former National Security Agency computer technician Edward Snowden may travel.
Justice Department spokesman Nanda Chitre said Snowden had left Hong Kong “for a third country” despite a US extradition request.
“We will continue to discuss this matter with Hong Kong and pursue relevant law enforcement cooperation with other countries where Mr. Snowden may be attempting to travel,” Ms Chitre said.
Snowden arrived in Moscow on Sunday en route to an undisclosed destination.