Macron ordered an investigation after reports of telephone surveillance

French President Emmanuel Macron has ordered a series of investigations after media reports about possible surveillance of his phone numbers, French Prime Minister Jean Castex said.

On Tuesday, French Monde reported that the phone numbers of Macron in 2019, former Prime Minister Edouard Philippe and 14 other French ministers could be among those tracked by Moroccan intelligence services through the Pegasus program.

“If these facts are proven, they are serious. I confirm this,” Castex said in an interview with TF1 TV channel.

The President of the Republic has instructed to conduct a series of investigations,” the head of the French government said.

At the same time, he stressed that it would be irresponsible to talk about any reaction from Paris until the situation is clarified and the facts are clarified.

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