UK MP: Iran may hit European nuclear plants

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May 23, 2007 00:24

 
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A European security analyst told British lawmakers Tuesday that he believes Iran may be attempting to draw up plans to strike targets in Europe and has conducted reconnaissance of European nuclear power stations. Claude Moniquet, president of the European Strategic Intelligence and Security Center, a private think-tank in Brussels, told a meeting of lawmakers and analysts in London's House of Commons that his organization also had evidence Tehran has increased numbers of intelligence agents across Europe. "We have serious signals that something is under preparation in Europe," Moniquet said, though he did not present any evidence to the meeting. "Iranian intelligence is working extremely hard to prepare its people and to prepare actions." The center, which he said deals directly with European intelligence agencies, believes Iranian operatives have carried out "reconnaissance of targets in European cities, including nuclear power stations," said Moniquet. He mentioned no other specific targets.

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