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Sports Washington accuses Hezbollah of having stored ammonium nitrate in Europe

10:10  19 september  2020
10:10  19 september  2020 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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The US has accused Hezbollah of storing caches of weapons and ammonium nitrate for use in explosives across Europe in recent years, with the The claim that Hezbollah has been moving and storing ammonium nitrate around Europe comes six weeks after a warehouse full of ammonium

The US has accused Hezbollah of storing caches of weapons and ammonium nitrate for use in explosives across Europe in recent years, with the The claim that Hezbollah has been moving and storing ammonium nitrate around Europe comes six weeks after a warehouse full of ammonium

Un véhicule de la Force intérimaire des Nations Unies au Liban (FINUL) patrouille à proximité de la frontière avec Israël où flotte un drapeau du Hezbollah, le 26 août 2020. © JALAA MAREY / AFP A vehicle of the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL) patrols near the border with Israel where a flag flies from Hezbollah, August 26, 2020.

The United States accused Hezbollah on Friday of having introduced and stored chemicals, such as ammonium nitrate, in several European countries including France, the United Kingdom , Greece, and Italy.

United States on Friday accused Hezbollah of having multiplied "caches of ammonium nitrate " in several European countries , seeming to suggest a possible link between the Lebanese Shiite movement and the recent deadly explosion at the port of Beirut , caused by this substance.

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The US has accused Hezbollah of storing caches of weapons and ammonium nitrate for use in explosives across Europe in recent years, with the alleged aim of preparing for future attacks ordered by Iran.

Hezbollah operatives have moved ammonium nitrate from. WASHINGTON (AP) — Militant group Hezbollah has stored chemicals that can be used to make explosives in several European countries, a senior State Department official said Thursday as he appealed to countries in Europe and

"Since 2012, Hezbollah has established caches of ammonium nitrate across Europe, carrying first aid kits whose pockets of instant cold contain this substance" , said the American coordinator for counterterrorism, Nathan Sales.

"These kind of caches have been found in several countries, including the United Kingdom, Greece, France, Italy and several others" , he added in a conference Thursday, whose transcript was transmitted Friday to AFP. He also mentioned passages of this product through Belgium, Spain and Switzerland.

BREAKING: US Counterterrorism Coordinator Nathan Sales says #Hezbollah has Moved Ammonium Nitrate Through Europe. "Through Belgium to France, Greece, Italy, Spain and Switzerland."

Same substance that blew up in Beirut #Lebanon on Aug. 4. More soon @TheNationalUAE

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The United States has accused Hezbollah of stockpiling ammonium nitrate in several European countries, suggesting a possible link between the Lebanese Shiite movement and the recent "We know that Hezbollah has stored massive amounts of ammonium nitrate across Europe .

Hezbollah operatives have moved ammonium nitrate from Belgium to France, Greece, Italy, Spain and Switzerland in recent years and are suspected to still be storing the material throughout Europe , said Nathan Sales, the State Department coordinator for counter-terrorism.

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France, which the United States accuses of dialoguing with the political branch of Hezbollah to try to get Lebanon out of the crisis in which he is immersed, was for part very dubious about the existence of such acts on his territory.

"No tangible element"

"No tangible element allows to confirm such an allegation in France today to our knowledge" , declared the spokesperson of the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Agnès von der Mühll. "Any illegal activity committed by a foreign organization on our territory would be sanctioned by the French authorities with the greatest firmness" , she added.

Some of these stocks have been "destroyed" , specified Mr. Sales, the American official. "We have reason to believe that this activity is still ongoing" , warned this diplomat, explaining that Washington suspected that such caches were still present at least until 2018, "probably in Greece, Italy and in Spain '.

"And as we all saw during the explosion in the port of Beirut, ammonium nitrate is a really dangerous substance" , he added.

On August 4, a huge explosion at the port of the capital of Lebanon left 191 dead and blown up entire neighborhoods. Authorities said it was triggered by a cargo of 2,750 tons of ammonium nitrate stored for more than six years "without precautionary measures" in a warehouse in the port, after being seized on a boat that left from Georgia to Mozambique.

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