Wednesday, September 5, 2007

Slovenia Spied on Croatia’s Int. Conversations

"In the autumn of 2004 the Slovene intelligence agency SOVA monitored almost all Croatian government’s international conversations, not only telephone conversations, but also fax and e-mail messages, Slovenia’s daily Dnevnik writes.

-From a monitoring location at Slovenska Road in Ljubljana, SOVA monitored all international communications of the Croatian government – faxes, e-mails and telephone conversations, which were mostly not encoded. Especially interesting were conversations from (Croatian Prime Minister) Sanader’s cabinet – Dnevnik writes.

According to previous writing by the paper, SOVA also listened into conversations of Sanader’s chief-of-staff, Bianca Matkovic, foreign ministry’s state secretary Hidajet Biscevic and employees of the Croatian police in Pula and Umag.

The paper adds that in that period SOVA had retrieved up to 9,000 pieces of information a day, with four people processing the information – two SOVA agents and two retired agents."

Source: Javno

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