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Published: Wednesday 07 August, 2013

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National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden, was nowhere to be seen.

The mystery of his whereabouts only deepened a day after Russian President Vladimir Putin said that Snowden was in the transit area of Sheremetyevo Airport.

There were ordinary scenes of dutyfree shopping, snoozing travellers and tourists sipping coffee but no trace of America most famous fugitive.

Foreign Minister Ricardo Patino compared Snowden case to that of Julian Assange, the Australian founder of antisecrecy group WikiLeaks, who has been given asylum in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London.

took us two months to make a decision in the case of Assange, so do not expect us to make a decision sooner this time, Patino told reporters during a visit to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. However, later in the day he said on Twitter that the decision could michael kors signature tote happen a day, a week, or, as happened with Assange, it could take two months. He booked a seat on a Havanabound flight Monday en route to Venezuela, but didn board the plane. His ultimate destination was believed to be Ecuador.

The transit area where Snowden is purportedly staying serves michael kors signature tote both connecting passengers travelling via Moscow to onward destinations and passengers departing from Moscow who have passed border and security checks.

The transit zone unites three terminals: the modern, recently built D and E, and the older, less comfortable F, which dates to the Soviet era. Boarding gates line one side of the transit and departure area, and gleaming duty free shops, luxury clothing boutiques and souvenir stores are on the othe michael kors signature tote r. About a dozen restaurants owned by local and foreign chains serve various tastes. move to annul Snowden passport may have severely complicated his travel plans. Exiting the transit area would require either boarding a plane or passing through border control, both of which require a valid passport or other documentation.

Hordes of journalists armed with laptops and cameras have camped in and around the airport, looking for Snowden or anyone who may have seen or talked to him. But after talking to passengers, airport personnel, waiters and shop clerks, the press corps has discovered no sign of the leaker.

Russian news agencies, citing unidentified sources, reported that Snowden was staying at a hotel in the transit terminal, but there was no sign of him at the zone only hotel, Air Express. It offers several dozen capsulestyle spaces that passengers can rent for a few hours to catch some sleep. Hotel staff refused to say whether Snowden was staying there or had stayed there in the past.

only saw lots of journalists, that for sure, said Maxim, a waiter at the Shokoladnitsa diner not far from Air Express.

The departure and transit area is huge and has dozens of small rooms, some labelled personnel only, where someone could potentially seek refuge with support from airport staff or security personnel. And security forces or police patrolling the area can easily whisk a person out of this area through back doors or corridors.

There are also a few VIP lounge areas, accessible to businessclass passengers or people willing to pay $20 per hour. Snowden was not seen in those areas.

Sheremetyevo press service declined to comment on Snowden whereabouts. government got his middle name wrong in documents it submitted seeking his arrest. government used the name James in some documents and referred to him only as Edward J. Snowden in others, Justice Secretary Rimsky Yuen said. also did not provide his passport number and did not respond to requests for clarification, Yuen said. michael kors signature tote