Later, he added that French officials and diplomats are supplied with secure means of communications and told to assume that anytime they use any non-secure means of communications, what they say is likely to be intercepted.Tout diplomate vit avec la certitude que ses communications sont écoutées et pas par un seul pays. Monde réel.— Gérard Araud (@GerardAraud) June 23, 2015
Really, people. Is there anything else worth saying about this? Let's get real.