Croatian PM Decries Spying on Foreign Leaders

Brussels, 21 June - Croatian Prime Minister Ivo Sanader said on Wednesday that Croatia would respond adequately if it is proved that SOVA, the Slovenian intelligence agency, intercepted his phone calls. Leaders of foreign countries are not spied on unless there is war; despite some open issues between Slovenia and Croatia the two countries are not at war, he said.

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