http://english.ruvr.ru/news/2013_06...t-plane-may-bypass-its-territory-source-0064/ Venezuela, Nicaragua and Bolivia all have extended public invitations for Snowden to seek asylum in their respective countries. However, if they really wanted him (and to "stick it" to the US), why couldn't they send a private plane to Russia and return by staying in international airspace? This is certainly possible for Nicaragua and Venezuela and it shouldn't be too much expense for the latter. It's clear Russia doesn't want him and would likely cooperate. This time of year even a smaller plane could probably safely return via an arctic route to the Atlantic. Maybe no one really wants him (except the US)?