The Danish secret service helped the American National Security Agency (NSA) to spy on European leaders, a joint European media investigation revealed, and the president of the USA, Joseph Biden, was well informed about that, said Edward Snowden.
Among those who were spied on by the US Chancellor Angela Merkel and President of Germany Frank-Walter Steinmeier, revealed media investigation and transferred RT.
That the United States spied not only on its citizens but also on foreign leaders first came to light in 2013 thanks to whistleblower Edward Snowden, who was employed by the American NSA, but journalists have only now gained access to reports detailing support of the NSA by the Danish Defense Intelligence Service (FE).
Secret service sources passed the information to a team that includes Danish, Swedish and Norwegian broadcasters (DR, SVT and NRK), as well as the French newspaper Le Monde and the German public broadcasters GDR and VDR.
Details from the investigation show that politicians from Germany, Sweden, Norway, the Netherlands, France, and even the Danish ministry and industry were targeted by the American NSA, which was assisted by the Danish secret service.
The Danish government allegedly knew about this long-term cooperation of the secret service . Revealing exactly how far the cooperation between the intelligence services of the two countries went, the Danish government forced the entire leadership of the FE to resign in 2020.
Snowden, who shared his knowledge of the NSA while Biden was vice president of the United States, says that the current American president is well prepared to respond to the accusations.
“Biden is well prepared to talk about this when he visits Europe, given that he is deeply involved in the scandal. “There should be an explicit request for full public disclosure not only from Denmark, but also from their older partner,” Snowden announced on Twitter.