Al Qaeda may threaten new power plant

December 4, 2007 at 7:06 pm Leave a comment

Islamic FundamentalistAs the BNS reported Lithuania should anticipate the possibility that security threats to the planned construction of the power plant can come not only from the East, but also from international terrorist networks, thinks Seimas National Security and Defense Committee Chairman Algimantas Matulevicius.

“Let’s not limit ourselves to talking about the East when considering the threat of terrorism. A power plant is a specific object (…) some person tied with Al Qaeda could by a few shares and, under the current joint-stock company law, would have a full right to find out all security measures utilized in this object, because shareholders have access to almost all of the information, and we can not be playing with this thing”, the MP has said in a press conference.

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Entry filed under: Baltic States, Energy, Lithuania, Northern Europe, Terrorism.

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