ISLAMIC State (ISIS) have set up a number of secret training camps across Europe to plot and carry out attacks in Britain, a Europol report has warned.
In the report, the international police agency said that ISIS had set up a number of smaller bases in the EU and the Balkans are were plotting multiple Paris-style attacks in Britain and across Europe as jihadi recruiters target Syrian refugees.
The terror group is feared to be preparing more mass casualty strikes after the jihadis developed an “external actions command” for “special forces style” operations abroad.
Greece could very well regain its footing within the EU should this materialize. It could also serve as the cooridor to Europe for oil and gas deposits within the contested Cyprus region, which was also recently wrestled away from the Turks and Russians by the EU.
On May 23, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Albania and Croatia signed a memorandum on cooperation in the implementation of projects concerning the Trans-Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) and the Ionic-Adriatic Pipeline (IAP) in Tirana, the capital city of Albania. Montenegrin Foreign Minister Igor Luksic, Vice Chairman of the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina Zlatko Lagumdžija, Albanian Foreign Minister Aldo Bumçi and Croatian Deputy Minister of Foreign and European Affairs Joško Klisovic represented their respective countries at the meeting. Continue reading