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when doing so, an official from the Latin American country said Wednesday.



Speaking during a visit to Malaysias main city, Kuala Lumpur, Ecuadorean Foreign Minister Ricardo Patino compared Snowdens case to that of Julian Assange, the founder of antisecrecy group WikiLeaks, who has been given asylum in the Ecuadorean Embassy in London.



Snowden, who is charged with violating American espionage laws, fled Hong Kong over the weekend and flew to Russia. He booked a seat on a Havanabound flight Monday en route to Venezuela and then possible asylum in Ecuador, but he didnt board the plane.



Russia acknowledged his arrival only on Tuesday, when President Vladimir Putin said Snowden was still in the transit zone of Moscows Sheremetyevo Airport. Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov confirmed that he remained there on Wednesday.



He hasnt violated any of our laws, he hasnt crossed our border sale shoes online , he is in the transit zone of the airport and has the right to fly in any direction he wants, the state news agency ITARTass quoted Lavrov as saying. and damage Ecuadors economy.



WikiLeaks gave a terse update on Snowdens condition earlier on Wednesday, saying in a statement posted to Twitter that Snowden was well.



WikiLeaks says that one of its staffers, Sarah Harrison, was traveling with Snowden, but the statement gave no indication if the update came from her, from Snowden, or from some other source.



WikiLeaks spokesman Kristinn Hrafnsson did not immediately return a call and a text seeking further comment.



In a conference with reporters on Monday, Assange said that he was limited in what he could say about Snowden due to security concerns. He denied reports that Snowden was spending his time at the airpor sale shoes online t being debriefed by Russian intelligence officers.



In another development in the Snowden story, Spanish judge Baltasar Garzon said Wednesday that he had decided not to represent the leaker. A statement from his law firm provided no further explanation.



Garzon, who has fought on WikiLeaks behalf, became famous for indicting former Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet in 1998 and trying to put him on t sale shoes online rial for crimes against humanity. He was suspended from office in Spain for overstepping his powers by starting an investigation into killings committed on behalf of former Spanish dictator Gen. Francisco Franco. sale shoes online

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