Claims of foreign involvement surface in Greek surveillance scandal


ANKARA

Greece’s former intelligence chief on Saturday allegedly claimed that the intelligence services of Armenia and Ukraine requested the head of an opposition party be placed under surveillance, according to local media.

Before resigning on Friday having admitted to spying on the leader of the socialist opposition PASOK party, National Intelligence Service (EYP) head Panagiotis Kontoleon reportedly told top officials that the monitoring was done at the request…



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