The head of German foreign intelligence, Bruno Kahl

Kahl added that his agency was “trying to make contacts with Syria aimed at avoiding damage,” citing the need to obtain information about the Al-Qaeda, Al-Qaeda and other terrorist organizations.
The newspaper Der Spiegel said that the invitation of German intelligence to dialogue with Damascus was supported by the Christian Democratic Party led by Chancellor Angela Merkel, the Social Democratic Party participating in the government, the Free Democratic Party and the Alternative for Germany party Anti-immigrant, while opposed to both parties “Greens” and “left” opponents.

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