The second An inquiry Hosted by Danish Public Radio Radio of Denmark, Between 2012 and 2014, Danish intelligence services allege that the National Security Agency (NSA), the agency that handles US security, helped German Chancellor Angela Merkel and other European politicians to spy.
Inquiry – Born in collaboration with a Swedish broadcaster SVT, Norwegian NRK, French newspaper The world, And two German radios and a German newspaper South German newspaper– It is argued that thanks to the assistance of the Danish Secret Service, the NSA could have gained access to text messages and telephone conversations from a number of prominent European individuals. As of now, neither the NSA nor the Danish secret services have commented on the news.
Espionage, second Radio of Denmark, It was codenamed “Operation Dunhammer”. During the investigation, he heard testimonies from nine sources alleging that he had access to confidential information of Danish secret services. In addition to Merkel, former German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier and Social Democratic candidate Pierre Steinbrook have been spied on in the 2013 election.
Similar allegations surfaced in 2013, thanks to documents provided by former CIA associate Edward Snowden. Following the publication of the classified documents, it was discovered that it was NSA He had checked Communications from various heads of state, including Merkel’s mobile phone.