Posted September, 25 2011 at 11:22:05 to Conflicts
One of the biggest threats to U. S. security now emerging within Europe. It said U. S. Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff said on Bi-Bi-His. He said the attacks and terrorist plots uncovered in Europe in recent years have led U. S. intelligence to the idea that Europe is becoming a platform for international terrorism. Chertoff added that it is very likely in the U. S. shortly to strengthen measures for screening passengers traveling from Europe.
According to him on stronger controls are necessary mainly because of the large flow of passengers who come from South Asia and Middle East, passing through Europe. He added that the current security situation in the U. S. is much greater level than 5-6 years ago. This is due mostly adopted a new strategy for the U. S. Homeland Security, Chertoff said. Our ability to have information about the people who cross our borders to check and have their fingerprints is far better than six years ago, he was adamant. We recall the U. S. introduced a requirement for incoming and outgoing foreigners to take ten fingerprints. Chertoff added that if the country's entry into force of new measures against arriving aliens, they in no way affect U. S. trade with foreign partners and will have a negative economic effect.