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Turkish spying allegations examined by Swiss

Turkish spying allegations examined by Swiss
Latest News - SWI swissinfo.ch
So 19.03.2017 13:53
Bereitgestellt in:Latest News - SWI swissinfo.ch
The Federal Prosecutor‘s Office has been asked to investigate suspected spying activities in Switzerland against opponents of the Turkish president, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. The office on Sunday confirmed that a Senator, Josef Dittli, had filed a complaint against persons unknown for illegal intelligence gathering for a foreign state. An examination of the complaint is underway, the office said. Dittli said there are growing indications that Turkish nationals and Swiss citizens of Turkish origin have been subject to physical aggression and economic boycott. There have also been reports of Turkish informants spying on Swiss university campuses. He accuses the Turkish-Islamic Foundation for Switzerland and the German-based Union of European Turkish Democrats of being behind the spying activities in Switzerland. However, Dittli said his complaint did not cover the issue of freedom of speech of Turkish politicians in Switzerland. Plans for a public event in Switzerland ...

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