PARIS- Members of the French Agency in the fight against doping (AFLD) is being interviewed this week in Lyon as part of a survey in the United States on the case of American cyclist Lance Armstrong said a source on Tuesday familiar with the matter.
These hearings are being conducted on behalf of international assistance. Seat Interpol, the international police organization, which is located in Lyon.
The seven-time Tour de France winner , which has been accused of doping by his former teammate Floyd Landis, is the target of investigations by two U.S. prosecutors and the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency (USADA).
In September, the French Agency for fight against doping (AFLD) said it is ready to cooperate with U.S. authorities.
“If the American prosecutors and the U.S. Agency asked us something in mutual legal assistance we will of course “, said Pierre Bordry, its president.
The AFLD has scheduled a news conference Thursday.