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 July 16, 2014  Surveillance

The Local reports:

Experts from the US and Austria will meet to discuss concerns over alleged US spying activities, ministers from both countries have agreed.

US Secretary of State John Kerry met with Austrian Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz before departing from Vienna on Tuesday, following a three day visit.

“Of course I have addressed the spy affair,” Kurz told the Austrian Press Agency.

There were still some “unresolved issues”, he said in reference to media reports that German spies had been operated by CIA agents based at the US embassy in Vienna.

He has agreed with Kerry and US ambassador Alexa Wesner that “the responsible persons will be available for experts from the ministry of the interior and the ministry of defence to clarify pending issues.”

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