Dnevnik Says SOVA Recorded Jansa on Tapped Phone of Croatian PM
Ljubljana/Zagreb/Podčetrtek, 16 June - The Slovenian Intelligence and Security Agency (SOVA) recorded in 2004 several phone conversations held between Croatian Prime Minister Ivo Sanader and the then leader of the Slovenian opposition and current PM Janez Jansa, daily Dnevnik says on Saturday, basing its claims on "unofficial but reliable sources close to SOVA". While Jansa said that he was not officially informed on the issue, Sanader said he believes SOVA did not monitor him.
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