Edward Snowden Asylum – 21 States – As of 1:30 pm ET

Edward Joseph Snowden asylum responses and our extradition treaties with those States:

  1. Austria – Snowden must be on Austria’s soil in order to complete the request
    Extradition:Austria Extradition Treaty with the United States
  2. Bolivia – Possibly might grant asylum
    Extradition:Bolivia Extradition Treaty with the United States
  3. Brazil – Snowden has been denied asylum
    Extradition:Brazil Extradition Treaty with the United States
  4. China – No response reported as of this posting
    Extradition with Hong Kong: China (Hong Kong) Extradition Treaty with the United States
  5. Cuba – No response reported as of this posting
    Extradition:Cuba Extradition Treaty with the United States
  6. Ecuador – Snowden must be on Ecuador’s soil in order to complete the request
    Extradition:Ecuador Extradition Treaty with the United States
  7. Finland – Snowden must be on Findland’s soil in order to complete the request
    Extradition:Finland Extradition Treaty with the United States
  8. France – No response reported as of this posting
    Extradition:France Extradition Treaty with the United States
  9. Germany – No response reported as of this posting
    Extradition:Germany Extradition Treaty with the United States
  10. Iceland – Snowden must be on Iceland’s soil in order to complete the request
    Extradition:Iceland (Denmark) Extradition Treaty with the United States
  11. India – Snowden’s asylum request has been denied
    Extradition:India Extradition Treaty with the United States
  12. Ireland – Snowden must be on Ireland’s soil in order to complete the request
    Extradition:Ireland Extradition Treaty with the United States
  13. Italy – Snowden’s asylum request has been denied
    Extradition:Italy Extradition Treaty with the United States
  14. Netherlands – No response reported as of this posting
    Extradition:Netherlands, Netherlands Antilles, and Aruba Extradition Treaty with the United States
  15. Nicaragua – No response reported as of this posting
    Extradition:Nicaragua Extradition Treaty with the United States
  16. Norway – Snowden must be on Norway’s soil in order to complete the request
    Extradition:Norway Extradition Treaty with the United States
  17. Poland – Snowden’s asylum request has been denied
    Extradition:Poland Extradition Treaty with the United States
  18. Russia – Snowden has withdrawn his asylum request
    No Extradition Treaty
  19. Spain – Snowden must be on Spain’s soil in order to complete the request
    Spain Extradition Treaty with the United States
  20. Switzerland – No response reported as of this posting
    Extradition:Switzerland Extradition Treaty with the United States
  21. Venezuela – Possibly might grant asylum
    Extradition:Venezuela Extradition Treaty with the United States

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