Russia's UN envoy sure US secret services wiretapping his phone, office

Monday, June 9, 2014

Russian UN envoy Vitaly Churkin has no doubt that American secret services are wiretapping his phone and bug his office.

"I am sure they do", - he answered a question of the First Channel journalist of "Sunday time" program.

"However, I presume that I am always wiretapped and bugged as an official person. We got the "cold war", that is it does not influence me somehow," the Russian UN envoy said.

"I have no doubt that my cell phone is wiretapped - it is obvious and I always have to keep it in mind. Of course, we have secret offices, where I can discuss some issues with my colleagues in confidence. But even if these rooms are not eavesdropped, I always have to assume that I am."

(The Voice of Russia)


Anonymous said...

How things change...
In the pre-Gorbachev Soviet Union officials looked like thugs.
Today it's the USA officials who look like thugs.
In both cases they look(ed) the part.
Looks can be deceiving in isolated, individual cases. But in the whole, nope, it's accurate.

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