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Pegasus affair: France demands "guarantees" from Israel


According to the Axios website, the Hebrew state sent its national security adviser to the Elysee Palace to find a solution to the crisis.

Quietly, the Pegasus affair is still making waves between Paris and Tel Aviv. According to information published on the Axios website by a generally well-informed Israeli journalist, the national security adviser of the Hebrew state, Eyal Hulata, quietly came to Paris to meet with Emmanuel Macron's entourage to

"put an end to crisis".

This was born from the use, by Morocco, of spyware from the Israeli company NSO to listen to the cell phones of the Head of State, fifteen ministers, as well as journalists. Eyal Hulata, according to the same source, was the bearer of an Israeli proposal

"including a commitment to ban spying on French laptops in the event of the signing of new contracts between an Israeli company

(NSO type, editor's note)

and a third country ”


Asked by

Le Figaro

, the Élysée replied that

“there was a useful session of strategic dialogue with Eyal Hulata.

France is asking for guarantees in the NSO case and we

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Source: lefigaro

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