The White House denied reports of tapping telephone conversations Hollande: the US does not conduct intelligence surveillance abroad nor for ordinary citizens, not for world leaders

The official representative of the US National Security Council Ned Price denied reports that the US intelligence telephone calls French president Francois Hollande.

“We do not focus and never will focus on communication of President Hollande,” - said in a statement officer.

“We are not conducting intelligence surveillance abroad except that specific, that is relevant to the interests of national security. This applies to both ordinary citizens and world leaders. We work closely with France on all international issues of concern, France - our important partner “- said Price.

As reported on Tuesday the newspaper Liberation and the online edition Mediapart citing documents obtained by Wikileaks, the US NSA for several years, tapped telephone conversations of the three Presidents of France: Jacques Chirac, Nicolas Sarkozy and Francois Hollande.

In this regard, the Council of Defense and National Security (SONB) at the initiative of France Hollande will hold a special meeting on Wednesday.

24 June 2015

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