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MOSCOW, July 1 (Itar-Tass) - EU officials are concerned by reports about the bugging of foreign diplomatic missions in the U.S. and they believe the information on the facts of bugging need verification, Fernando Valenzuela, the chief of the EU mission in Moscow told a news conference.
He said he could not offer a clearly formulated reaction to the reports right now and what was known was only a piece of news coverage but if the facts of bugging did take place they certainly cause a very big concern.
The situation around the reported bugging should be clarified and if the reports prove to be true, the issue should then be raised in contacts with the American side, Valenzuela said.