Japan has excited another spy scandal which involved the United States government. Despite the fact that the authorities of the state announced that protect secret documents as expected, they are strongly asked America to explain the information that appeared previously on Wikileaks.
USA once again landed in spy uproar. Previously, the resource Wikileaks has published information about what America is watching the actions of the authorities of Japan since 2006. This information is instituted government power.
Despite the fact that in Japan announced that decides safeguards that protect its state secrets, the authorities still demanded from the United States immediate explanation for the relatively data Wikileaks posted here. Also the government powers stressed that he wants to send a protest to the us side, if confirmed published resource information.
Despite all this, the Secretary General of the Cabinet of Ministers of Japan acehide Suga stressed that the news about spying became the country by surprise. "If this really happened, it's sad because we are allies," he said, adept Mills rising sun TASS. However, he again noticed that Japan was taking the correct measures when handling confidential documents, and expects that substantial leakage of the information still has not happened.
Remember, on 31 July, the portal WikiLeaks, which revealed the truth about the U.S. and its surveillance of the world, advertise data that indicate that the intelligence services of the United States spying on the States of not only Europe but also Asia. According to reliable information to WikiLeaks, the NSA is watching Japanese Cabinet and large power companies, such as Mitsubishi. In the list of "Goal-Tokyo"(Target Tokyo), published resource, entered, and other companies and strategically significant companies operating in the Country of the rising sun.
WikiLeaks emphasizes that, in General, in Japan, the U.S. has attracted 35 goals. According to resource data, the NSA is watching Japanese companies, civil servants from government ministries and senior advisers at least since the first term of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (since 2006).
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