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Stoltenberg seeks clarification from the United States and Denmark

The NATO Secretary-General wants those involved in the wiretapping scandal to “bring all the facts to the table.” After new discoveries, the United States also tried to persuade the NSA.

The U.S. government is trying to persuade the NSA, the US secret service, to follow Danish’s involvement in wiretapping top European politicians. White House spokeswoman Jen Zhaki said Wednesday that the United States has done a lot since the past Washington.

In 2014, the United States developed a comprehensive study of oversight monitoring practices. The then US President Barack Obama also issued an edict at the time, which significantly changed the US approach to the matter.

Stoltenberg: “All the facts on the table”

Zaki said the US government will continue to work with European allies to discuss any issues through appropriate national security channels. And the President of the United States Joe Biden Chancellor Angela could Merkel And the President of France Emmanuel Macron Calm down the current US position. Biden plans his first foreign trip in mid-June, which will take him to Europe, and he will meet with Merkel and Macron at several summits.

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, meanwhile, has called for clarification of the Danish-US spy scandal. “The countries involved in this case are NATO allies and we need to bring all the facts to the table and find out what really happened,” Jens Stoltenberg told Danish broadcaster DR. Case Denmark Put in an unfortunate light that hope within NATO is still intact.

FREDERICKEN: Relationships remain the same

Macron and Merkel demanded a detailed explanation from the government in Copenhagen. You called such an approach unacceptable among allies.

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Danish Prime Minister Matteo Frederickson on Wednesday refused to formally monitor the Allies. For example, he said he did not think Denmark had relations either Germany And France Damage may have occurred.

The Danish program was used

Danish radio broadcasters DR & NDR, WDR, “Suditch Zeitung” and other media outlets previously reported citing anonymous sources that the NSA had listened with the help of top European politicians such as Denmark’s Merkel. This information is based on an internal analysis of the Danish military intelligence service FE from 2012 and 2014.

Whistleblower Edward Snowden – a former NSA employee – had already exposed massive and global spies by the NSA in 2013. Nine sources have now confirmed to DR that the wiretapping took place with the help of the Danish military intelligence service FE. The NSA attacked the phones of politicians through a surveillance program run by the FE, according to media reports.