"I did not go as a government council because I did not have a report or a cell phone, and I resigned as a minister, because I had the choice to continue as minister of government or to be a friend with Bahareh," says Sandberg. The claim is presented in a sound recording that Aftenposten has access to, which comes from Sandberg and the meeting of friend Bahareh Letnes with journalists in Oslo with this week.
"That I should go on as minister, that journalists, the press and the media had read and decided that this is a spy, a danger to the security of the nation, we would never have had peace Never, never got peace, claimed Sandberg.
Prime Minister Erna Solberg does not want to comment on Sandberg & # 39; s statements. Via state secretary Rune Alstadsæther she shows the press conference with her and Sandberg when he left
ABC News writes that the students were instructed to leave the phones and no information leaked from the reading to the press.
Sandberg also refused to comment on Aftenposten. Avisa also published another case in which Sandberg always included her plans for the future. It was Friday before him to race against the newspaper.
"Aftenposten uses a secret recording, of a closed event, where we see morality." The journalists of tomorrow are in the footsteps of today's journalists, completely devoid of ethics, Sandberg writes in an SMS to ABC News.