"We will not comment on this information," a spokesperson for the information and public relations department of the Prosecutor General's Office told RIA Novosti.
A law-enforcement source said earlier that Mr Nevzlin had been put on the Interpol wanted list. "On Friday evening, the Prosecutor General's Office provided the relative documents to the Interpol National Central Bureau in Russia," he said.
On January 16, 2004 the bureau forwarded the documents to the Interpol Secretariat General based in Lyon, according to him.
However, the secretariat has not responded yet, he added.