June 20
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Due to political differences, European countries that are members of the Club de Berne (CdB) have limited the exchange of intelligence information with Hungary, which is participating in this forum, representatives of intelligence services say, reports EUobserver.

There is frustration among less senior intelligence officials that Western allies are not sharing information with Hungary as much as they used to. But the higher you go up the hierarchy, the less it bothers anyone, the Hungarian intelligence community told EUobserver.

In turn, the representative of the Belgian intelligence services said that instead of Hungary, which was supposed to become the president-in-office of the CdB, Denmark will assume those duties—but without giving reasons for this decision.

The CdB serves as a platform for the exchange of intelligence data between the 27 countries of the European Union, Norway, and Switzerland on a voluntary basis. It was established in 1971 and is headquartered in Bern, Switzerland.

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