Contra newspaper published in Greece claimed that in the framework of the “eavesdropping scandal”, some people working in the Hellenic General Staff and Armed Forces were wiretapped in connection with armament programmes.
It was said in the news that the Greek General Staff and top names in the ground forces had been placed under “monitoring” on the grounds that they had ideas incompatible with the prime minister’s in some purchase agreement.
Greek Intelligence Agency (Explosive deviceIt was alleged that a person who did not accept the primary government elections as a result of the “hearings” was removed from office.
GreeceThe scandal in April of the wiretapping of the mobile phone of Greek journalist Thanassis Kokakis spying program She came to the fore after the “Predator” was discovered.
News in the Greek media claimed that the phones of several important politicians, bureaucrats, journalists and businessmen had been “wiretapped”, including former Prime Minister Andonis Samaras, Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias and Chief of the General Staff Konstandanos Floros.
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