The U.S. state Department has issued a special warning, which referred to “constant threat” of terrorist attacks throughout Europe. The text of the document published on the Agency’s website.
“While local governments continue counter-terrorism operations, the Department of state remains concerned about the potential for future terrorist attacks,”- said in a statement.
According to American experts, the most vulnerable to attacks remain popular tourist attractions, transportation hubs, markets and malls.
“Besides hotels, clubs, restaurants, places of worship, parks, events, educational institutions, airports, and other vulnerable objects remain the priority places for possible attacks,” — said in the message.
Examples were given of the recent attacks in Spain, Sweden, UK, Finland, France and Russia.