Norway Intelligence Service is Concerned about Foreign Intelligence Services

PST presented its open threat assessment for 2015. The report revealed that Russia and China engaged intelligence activities in Norway. PST identified the intelligence of the two countries as the biggest potential threat to Norway.

PST chief Benedicte Bjørnland further said they uncovered individuals with ties to foreign intelligence services tried to get a job at PST.

– Foreign countries wants to weaken those who put obstacles in the business they want to engage in Norway, says Bjørnland to NRK.

She notes that they attempt both to recruit PST staff and get suitable people to apply for positions at PST. 

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