Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has rejected any responsibility for the months-long wiretapping of an opposition politician’s cell phone by the Greek Intelligence Service (EYP). “What was done, may have been in accordance with the letter of the law, but it was wrong – I was not aware of it and obviously I would have never allowed it,” the head of government said Monday in a speech broadcast by state broadcaster ERT.
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