Mr Nemouche’s legal team made up of Sébastien Courtoy and Henri Laquay learned that a date had been set for a remand hearing during a meeting with the Brussels Examining Magistrate Berta Bernardo-Mendez.
Medhi Nemmouche is suspected of having carried out an attack on the Jewish Museum in Brussels on 24 May that resulted in four deaths. He was detained by French police in Marseilles (Bouches-du-Rhône) on 30 May.
He had arrived in the southern French city on a Eurolines bus from Brussels. A search of his luggage found weapons that resembled those used in the museum attack.