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 February 23, 2014  Posted by  Non-U.S., Surveillance

Press Association reports:

Germany’s foreign minister said he hopes the US has understood that surveillance of political partners “can have a political price” and is confident it will end monitoring of allied countries’ leaderships.

Frank-Walter Steinmeier was quoted as saying in an interview with the weekly Der Spiegel published on Sunday that the task of overcoming differences over US surveillance activities “should not be underestimated”.

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