The U.S. state Department released more than 7 thousand pages of e-mails of former Secretary of state and the applicant to the post of the head of state of the USA Hillary Clinton, about 150 emails contain sensitive data and are now classified.
As said on the first day of the week at a press conference authorized the state Department mark Toner, the information contained in the correspondence was not considered "secret" during the writing of letters and concerns of American diplomacy or data, transmitted by the governments of foreign countries.
published on the first day of the week letters Also raised the situation in Kyrgyzstan, and correspondence relating to U.S. policy regarding Iran, the situation in the middle East, Venezuela, for the most part classified. In the 1st letter assistants Clinton passed her the letter from Catholic priest Boris Godsake, the head of the Ukrainian Catholic University, in which he asks the assistance of the U.S. and Secretary of state himself.
A significant portion presented to the public letters includes correspondence of former Secretary of state and his assistants, concerning the agenda and organization of calls, the exchange of compliments on the occasion of the successful photos and holiday greetings.
The scandal surrounding the correspondence Clinton erupted after it was announced that when he was the head of the diplomatic Department in 2009-2013 she sent emails with personal e-mail account, and not with the government, As required by the American administration. Besides the messages were stored on a private server owned by the Clinton. Then she handed over communications into the hands of the state Department that the decision of the court shall publish all its content, except for sensitive data. As said the notary office on the first day of the week, so far the state Department has finished the text more than 25% of correspondence Clinton.