Lafarge’ın DEAŞ ile ilişkisini Fransa istihbaratına bildirdiği belgeler

Lafarge’ın DEAŞ ile ilişkisini Fransa istihbaratına bildirdiği belgeler

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French cement company Lafarge‘in An investigation was launched against him on the charge of “participating in crimes against humanity” on the grounds that he paid DAESH to carry out his activities in Syria.

DOCUMENTS ON DAESH’S RELATIONSHIP

You have to LafargeDocuments have emerged that show that the French state carried out this relationship with the knowledge of the French state.

THE COMPANY IS NOT AWARNED

LafargeIt was also stated in the documents that the French intelligence agencies, who used the relations network of .

SUPPORT FROM INTELLIGENCE

In documents belonging to the French state, Lafarge It is understood that the relationship between the company and the French intelligence service began on January 22, 2014, with an e-mail sent by the company’s security director, Jean Claude Veillard, to an address belonging to the Ministry of Interior intelligence.

Company official Veillard, in his e-mail LafargeHe stated that . The director of security asked the intelligence service how much risk their managers and headquarters were at, noting that there were some negative press coverages about them.

LafargeResponding to , the intelligence service officer informed him of a date when they would discuss this situation.

INTELLIGENCE BENEFIT FROM THE COMPANY

Lafarge-After terrorist organization relations came to the agenda of France as a scandal and the issue was reflected in the court, on 18 November 2018, an intelligence officer with the code name AM 02 gave a statement in the court.

According to the statement report, the officer, LafargeHe admitted that ‘s information sources in Syria.

The intelligence officer told the judge that the French secret services Lafarge He explained how they benefited from the factory.

Intelligence officer in the minutes, 2012-2014 period Lafarge He did not exclude DAESH by saying that cement was sent to all armed groups in Syria (including the Nusra Front).

In the intelligence court, LafargeWe approached the situation in a completely opportunistic way, taking advantage of . said.

CEMENT SUPPORT TO DAESH

Lafarge In the correspondence between Security Director Veillard and the French Ministry of Interior intelligence on September 1, 2014, the details of sending cement to DAESH were discussed.

used by French intelligence, “Can you give more details about the cement going to DAESH?” from his statement, LafargeIt can be clearly seen that the French state was aware of the relationship of .

In the documents reached by Anadolu Agency; Lafarge It is noteworthy that there were more than 30 meetings between 2013 and 2014 between the French domestic, foreign and military intelligence services alone.

It is known that DAESH has built strong shelters and tunnels against the US-led Coalition forces with the cement it provides.

Documents where Lafarge reported his relationship with DAESH to the French intelligence #1

COMPANY SHARED FIELD INFORMATION WITH FRENCH INTELLIGENCE

LafargeVeillard, the company’s head of security, testified to the police on November 30, 2017, when the company was accused of committing crimes against humanity by financing terrorist organizations.

According to the transcript obtained by AA, Veillard tried to prove that he had informed the French state and intelligence agencies of everything he had done during his deposition.

In the annexes of the statement, Lafarge The meeting information of the security manager in the field, the conditions developed in the field and the documents related to the sensations he received were included.

It was understood that Veillard transferred the field information about the conflicts and the military balance between the armed groups to the French intelligence.

On one of the notes in question was a note handwritten by Veillard in October 2013, “Sent to French foreign intelligence (DGSE)”.

8 APPLICATIONS ABOUT THE EXECUTIVE

In France, in 2016, news were published that Lafgarge financed the terrorist organization DAESH by paying tribute in the Syrian civil war.

According to the French press, the company provided supplies and fuel to DEASH in order to continue its activities in Syria’s Çelebiye region, apart from paying tribute.

While the company admits it made payments to armed groups on the Syrian field to keep the factory open in 2017 “to be a partner in crimes against humanity” denied the accusations.

The 8 executives of the company, of which an investigation was launched, were charged with financing terrorism and collaborating in crimes against humanity.

Addressed to the company in June 2018 “to be complicit in crimes against humanity” His charge was dropped in November 2019.

JUDICIARY CONFIRM THE IMPLEMENTATION

The non-governmental organizations reacting to the dismissal of the charge brought the issue to the French Supreme Court.

The French Supreme Court affirmed the “accusation of financing terrorism” against French cement giant Lafarge.

It paved the way for Lafarge to be accused of “complicating crimes against humanity for financing DEASH terrorists”.

Documents where Lafarge reported his relationship with DAESH to the French intelligence #2

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Documents in which Lafarge reported his relationship with DAESH to the French intelligence #5

Documents in which Lafarge reported his relationship with DAESH to the French intelligence #6

Documents in which Lafarge reported his relationship with DAESH to the French intelligence #7

Documents in which Lafarge reported his relationship with DAESH to the French intelligence #8

Documents in which Lafarge reported his relationship with DAESH to the French intelligence #9

Documents in which Lafarge reported his relationship with DAESH to the French intelligence #10

Documents in which Lafarge reported his relationship with DAESH to the French intelligence #11

Documents in which Lafarge reported his relationship with DAESH to the French intelligence #12

Documents in which Lafarge reported his relationship with DAESH to the French intelligence #13

Documents in which Lafarge reported his relationship with DAESH to the French intelligence

French cement company Lafarge‘in An investigation was launched against him on the charge of “participating in crimes against humanity” on the grounds that he paid DAESH to carry out his activities in Syria.

DOCUMENTS ON DAESH’S RELATIONSHIP

You have to LafargeDocuments have emerged that show that the French state carried out this relationship with the knowledge of the French state.

THE COMPANY IS NOT AWARNED

LafargeIt was also stated in the documents that the French intelligence agencies, who used the relations network of .

SUPPORT FROM INTELLIGENCE

In documents belonging to the French state, Lafarge It is understood that the relationship between the company and the French intelligence service began on January 22, 2014, with an e-mail sent by the company’s security director, Jean Claude Veillard, to an address belonging to the Ministry of Interior intelligence.

Company official Veillard, in his e-mail LafargeHe stated that . The director of security asked the intelligence service how much risk their managers and headquarters were at, noting that there were some negative press coverages about them.

LafargeResponding to , the intelligence service officer informed him of a date when they would discuss this situation.

INTELLIGENCE BENEFIT FROM THE COMPANY

Lafarge-After the scandalous discussion of terrorist organization relations in France and the reflection of the issue in the court, an intelligence officer with the code name AM 02 gave a statement in court on 18 November 2018.

According to the statement report, the officer, LafargeHe admitted that ‘s information sources in Syria.

The intelligence officer told the judge that the French secret services Lafarge He explained how they used the factory.

Intelligence officer in the minutes, 2012-2014 period Lafarge He did not exclude DAESH by saying that cement was sent to all armed groups in Syria (including the Nusra Front).

In the intelligence court, LafargeWe approached the situation in a completely opportunistic way, taking advantage of . said.

CEMENT SUPPORT TO DAESH

Lafarge In the correspondence between Security Director Veillard and the French Ministry of Interior intelligence on September 1, 2014, the details of sending cement to DAESH were discussed.

used by French intelligence, “Can you give more details about the cement going to DAESH?” from his statement, LafargeIt is clearly seen that the French state was aware of the relationship of the terrorist organization with the terrorist organization at the time in question.

In the documents reached by Anadolu Agency; Lafarge It is noteworthy that there were more than 30 meetings between 2013 and 2014 between the French domestic, foreign and military intelligence services alone.

It is known that DAESH has built strong shelters and tunnels against the US-led Coalition forces with the cement it provides.

Documents where Lafarge reported his relationship with DAESH to the French intelligence #1

COMPANY SHARED FIELD INFORMATION WITH FRENCH INTELLIGENCE

LafargeVeillard, the company’s head of security, testified to the police on November 30, 2017, when the company was accused of committing crimes against humanity by financing terrorist organizations.

According to the transcript obtained by AA, Veillard tried to prove that he had informed the French state and intelligence agencies of everything he had done during his deposition.

In the annexes of the statement, Lafarge The meeting information of the security manager in the field, the conditions developed in the field and the documents related to the sensations he received were included.

It was understood that Veillard transferred the field information about the conflicts and the military balance between the armed groups to the French intelligence.

On one of the notes in question was a note handwritten by Veillard in October 2013, “Sent to French foreign intelligence (DGSE)”.

8 APPLICATIONS ABOUT THE EXECUTIVE

In France, in 2016, news were published that Lafgarge financed the terrorist organization DAESH by paying tribute in the Syrian civil war.

According to the French press, the company provided supplies and fuel to DEASH in order to continue its activities in Syria’s Çelebiye region, apart from paying tribute.

While the company admits it made payments to armed groups on the Syrian field to keep the factory open in 2017 “to be a partner in crimes against humanity” denied the accusations.

8 executives of the company, two of whom are senior executives, were accused of financing terrorism and collaborating in crimes against humanity.

Addressed to the company in June 2018 “to be complicit in crimes against humanity” His charge was dropped in November 2019.

JUDICIARY CONFIRM THE IMPLEMENTATION

Non-governmental organizations reacting to the dropping of the charge brought the issue to the French Supreme Court.

The French Supreme Court affirmed the “accusation of financing terrorism” against French cement giant Lafarge.

It paved the way for Lafarge to be accused of “complicating crimes against humanity for financing DEASH terrorists”.

Documents where Lafarge reported his relationship with DAESH to the French intelligence #2

Documents in which Lafarge reported his relationship with DAESH to the French intelligence #3

Documents in which Lafarge reported his relationship with DAESH to the French intelligence #4

Documents in which Lafarge reported his relationship with DAESH to the French intelligence #5

Documents in which Lafarge reported his relationship with DAESH to the French intelligence #6

Documents in which Lafarge reported his relationship with DAESH to the French intelligence #7

Documents in which Lafarge reported his relationship with DAESH to the French intelligence #8

Documents in which Lafarge reported his relationship with DAESH to the French intelligence #9

Documents in which Lafarge reported his relationship with DAESH to the French intelligence #10

Documents in which Lafarge reported his relationship with DAESH to the French intelligence #11

Documents in which Lafarge reported his relationship with DAESH to the French intelligence #12

Documents in which Lafarge reported his relationship with DAESH to the French intelligence #13

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