June 23, 2013 15:13
Venezuela is Snowden's ultimate destination, he will make stopovers in Moscow and Havana - source (Part 2)
LONDON. June 23 (Interfax) - Former CIA employee Edward Snowden will fly via Moscow and Havana to Venezuela, a source close to Snowden has told Interfax.
"He chose such a complex route in the hope that he will not be detained and he will be able to reach his ultimate destination - Venezuela - unhindered. Thus he is to make a total of three flights: Hong Kong - Moscow, Moscow - Havana, Havana - Caracas," the source said.
According to a source at Aeroflot airlines which is carrying Snowden to Moscow from Hong Kong, he will fly to Caracas from Havana on the V-04101 flight.
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