The lists contain detailed information about objects on which the US was seeking to get information.
We want to see the official document of the German Intelligence Service (BND), as the Bundestag, which is responsible for monitoring activities of the intelligence services, has the right to do so, Andre Hahn said in an interview with Sputnik.
We insist on giving us the opportunity to examine the lists, Hahn said, adding that the G10 Commission was deceived and given false information.
The NSA used sensitive information for its own purposes and tapped thousands of calls in Germany, which was, of course, illegal, Hahn stated, adding that the case requires thorough investigation.
In April, an espionage scandal erupted in Germany when local media revealed that the country's intelligence agency, the BND, had provided technical assistance to the NSA in spying on targets inside the country and throughout the European Union, including on top political figures and corporations.