EU: Without Bin Laden became the world safer

EU: "Without Bin Laden became the world safer '

The news of the death of Osama Bin Laden received with relief in the world. EU and NATO welcomed the U.S. operation against Al-Qaeda's favorite, calling it a success in the fight against terrorism. Together there is fear of new attacks.

European Union referred to the death of terrorist Osama Bin favorite Laden "Great success." "Bin Laden was the perpetrator responsible for the terrorist attacks that have killed thousands of innocent people," said a joint statement by European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso and EU President Herman Van Rompuy, published in the Sun in Brussels. The document also states that the death of Bin Laden made world safer. Barroso and Van Rompuy also said that the EU and the U.S., together with its international partners and friends in the Muslim world will counteract global extremism.

General secretary NATO Anders Fogh Rasmussen also congratulated the United States with the liquidation of the terrorist Osama bin Laden's favorite. "This is a significant success for the security of NATO Allies and all the countries that support our efforts in the fight against global terrorism," the statement said Secretary General of the organization. In NATO regard the terrorist attacks of 11 September 2001 in the United States as an attack on all NATO countries.

Threat remains

Meanwhile, the International Police organization Interpol warns against excessive risk of terrorist attacks. Office for Security 188 Interpol member countries are encouraged to special care, said Secretary General Ronald Noble on Mon in Lyon. According to him, the most wanted terrorist in the world is dead, but that does not mean the decline of Al-Qaeda. According to experts the organization, a terrorist network may be willing to new attacks to prove that it exists, despite the death of leader.

England had already given the order to check safety measures in their own embassies around the world. As explained in the Foreign Ministry of the country, now need to be even more vigilant than in the past, fearing revenge militants. Together German Interior Minister Hans-Peter Friedrich said that does not see after the death of Ben Laden overstated the terrorist danger to Germany. There are no specific data on possible attacks, said the minister. According to him, there is no indication for excessive risk for the German missions abroad. If any, then the appropriate action will be taken, assured Hans-Peter Friedrich.

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