Germany tightens the screws on control of domestic intelligence
On top of changes in its leadership, the BfV, Germany's domestic intelligence service, is also readying itself for an extra layer of command, in the form of a supervisory body.
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Kahl, who has directed the BND since 2016 but is no longer in tune with his masters, is due to stay in the job for another few months, depending on events in Ukraine. In view of the planned budgets and its internal developments, the BND could quickly establish itself as a European leader.