Report: Turkey’s MIT spy agency menacing ‘German Turks’

The Sunday edition of “Die Welt” said Bundestag intelligence oversight committee members were demanding answers from Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government on MIT activities in Germany in the wake of Turkey’s failed 15 July coup.

Ankara had 6,000 informants of its Milli Istihbarat Teskilati (MIT) national intelligence agency plus MIT officers in Germany who were putting pressure on “German Turks,” the newspaper claimed.