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Abdeslam's lawyer Sven Mary leaves the federal police headquarters in Brussels on 19 March.
Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam wants to be extradited to France "as soon as possible" to face charges, his lawyer said Thursday.
"Salah Abdeslam told me that he wishes to leave for France as soon as possible," lawyer Sven Mary said.
"I will ask the investigating magistrate not to oppose his departure."
Asked if Abdeslam, who was arrested last week in Brussels over the Paris carnage in November, had prior knowledge of Tuesday's attacks in the Belgian capital, Mary said in English: "He didn't know it".
Abdeslam has been held in a high security jail in Bruges, northwest of Brussels since his arrest Friday, just four days before this week's attacks in the Belgian capital.
Europe's most wanted man had been on the run for four months after the November 13 Paris suicide bomb and gun attacks in which 130 people were killed.
He is believed to be the last survivor from the cell of 10 men who carried out the massacre.
His lawyer initially said he would oppose moves by France to obtain his extradition quickly.