Greek PM apologises to Pasok leader over surveillance

Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis apologised to the leader of the country’s opposition Socialist party for not knowing that he had been wiretapped by Greece’s intelligence service in 2021, adding he would never have allowed it.

The case has shocked Greeks and sparked political uproar.

The head of the intelligence service EYP, Panagiotis Kontoleon, resigned on Friday following allegations made by Socialist leader Nikos Androulakis and a journalist that they had been wiretapped. Read full story

In a preview of Sunday’s To Vima newspaper, Mitsotakis was quoted as saying:...

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Greek PM apologises to Pasok leader over surveillance

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