Moscow hopes that during two weeks the Danish authorities can study the file on Chechen terrorist Akhmed Zakaev received from the Russian Prosecutor-General's Office, official spokesman of the Russian Foreign Ministry Alexander Yakovenko said on Thursday.
Asked by reporters, Yakovenko stressed that Moscow hopes "the detained will be turned over to the Russian law-enforcement organs" after study of the file.
On November 12 the Copenhagen court extended Akhmed Zakaev's detainment by two weeks.
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