NSA Wiretapping Scandal:Edward Snowden wants to meet human rights activists in Moscow / Breaking News

Edward Snowden has apparently still on in Moscow. The fugitive former intelligence officials will speak at the Sheremetyevo airport on Friday with representatives of international human rights organizations.

File photo of NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden being interviewed by The Guardian in his hotel room in Hong Kong

Edward Snowden has apparently still on in Moscow. The fugitive former intelligence officials will speak at the Sheremetyevo airport on Friday with representatives of international human rights organizations.

Edward Snowden gets a visit. On Friday, the submerged whistleblower meets with representatives of several human rights groups – including Amnesty International. The interview should take place by 17 clock time at the Moscow airport Sheremetyevo, as Airport spokeswoman Anna Sacharenkowa announced (15 clock CET).

Snowden wants to speak thus to his persecution by the U.S. and international control of passenger aircraft, which had among other things on the way to Cuba. The airport meet the preparations for the event, Sacharenkowa said.

Be invited representatives of Transparency International, Human Rights Watch (HRW) and the United Nations, it said. Even the Human Rights Commissioner of the Russian government, Vladimir Lukin, should attend the meeting. A lawyer said that he had received an invitation to the meeting on Thursday by letter.

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Tatyana Lokshina, deputy head of Human Rights Watch in Russia, published the invitation Snowden on Facebook. In it he describes the behavior of the U.S. government unprecedented. Snowden condemned the overflight ban on Bolivian President Evo Morales, which was pronounced to pressure from the United States. “This dangerous escalation is a danger not only to the dignity of Latin America and my own safety, but for the fundamental right of everyone to be free from persecution,” writes Snowden.

Lokschina told that she was unsure if she would really welcomed at the airport by Snowden. But they’ll definitely go after the specified date Sheremetyevo.

Since 23 June, the 30-year-old former employee of the U.S. military intelligence NSA adheres to the transit area of the airport. He had traveled from Hong Kong.

Snowden makes his revelations about wiretapping and spying practices of American and British intelligence services for worldwide attention for weeks. Most recently, he was the British “Guardian” leaked documents suggest that Microsoft is working with U.S. intelligence agencies for years.

The U.S. has issued an arrest warrant against him and that his passport invalid. They accuse him of espionage and theft of government property. Several South American countries have offered asylum Snowden.

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