A Moscow court has extended by two months the detention of an Estonian police officer charged with espionage.
Lefortovo Court spokesperson Yulia Sotnikova said on October 31 that a judge had "granted a request from investigators to prolong the period of detention until January 5" of Eston Kohver.
Kohver was detained on September 5 on espionage charges.
Moscow claims Kohver was seized inside Russia, while Estonian officials say he was captured at gunpoint in Estonia near the border.
The case has strained relations between Russia and Estonia.
The European Union and United States have called for the immediate release of the Estonian security official.