Al- Qaeda plans to infiltrate Balkans
LJUBLJANA -- Al-Qaeda plans to establish terrorist camps in the Balkans.
US Congressional Advisor Joseph Bodanowski claims that the terrorist organization has come up with a plan entitled, “Balkans 2020”, Slovenian Finance reports. The plan includes establishment of terrorist camps in Croatia, Bosnia, Kosovo and Sandžak, from where terrorist attacks would be launched against the rest of Europe.
According to Bodanowski, at least five intelligence agencies are currently working to prevent the “Balkans 2020” plan, tracking people and arms arriving from the Arab countries, with the aim of preventing the establishment of terror groups in the Balkans.
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