German police investigate media that reported Zelensky plans

May 4, 2023



(RT) ⸻

German authorities on Thursday opened a "betrayal of secrets" probe into a newspaper report about a possible visit of Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky, which quoted an unnamed source within the Berlin police. Berlin Police Chief Barbara Slowik denounced the anonymous official as "damaging the reputation of the Berlin police in such a shameful way," and has asked the state police to investigate the case as "betrayal of [official] secrets". The story allegedly contained "classified details" of the security operation being planned to safeguard the Ukrainian leader. Berlin Police Chief Barbara Slowik denounced the anonymous official as "damaging the reputation of the Berlin police in such a shameful way," and has asked the state police to investigate the case as "betrayal of [official] secrets." The story allegedly contained "classified details" of the security operation being planned to safeguard the Ukrainian leader.

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