"We stand by our earlier stance that there were not secret CIA prisons in Poland," said a Polish government spokesman in response to the European Parliament report.
The German government has also rejected the report's findings, saying there was no proof of CIA prisoner flights over German airspace or from German airports.
The British Foreign Office played down the accusations. A spokesman said that there was nothing unusual about CIA flights using British airports as the country is "an international hub for refuelling to and from the United States." He said that British authorities can only investigate a flight if they believe a crime is being committed.
The committee criticized the lack of cooperation in its investigations from almost all the EU states mentioned.
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