The acting Minister of the Interior, Fernando Grande-Marlaska, has called this Friday at 4:00 p.m. the representatives of all the parliamentary groups of the Congress of Deputies to inform them about the current anti-terrorist situation in a context of tension due to the conflict between Israel and the terrorist organization Hamas, as well as the attack registered in Brussels.
At the meeting, which will be held at the headquarters of the Ministry of the Interior, Grande-Marlaska will convey to the political representatives the results of the meeting of the Terrorist Threat Assessment Table held this Tuesday, which decided maintain alert level 4 out of 5, although immediately adopting “complementary security measures.”
According to the Interior, the minister will also report to the parliamentary spokespersons on what was discussed on the matter by the interior ministers of the 27 member states of the European Union in the meeting they held this Thursday in Luxembourg.
The Ministry of the Interior ordered last Tuesday, after meeting the Terrorist Threat Assessment Table, that “complementary security measures be immediately adopted within alert level 4 out of 5”, which is the level in force since 2015. , following the attacks in France, Tunisia, Kuwait and Somalia.
This entails a reinforcement of devices in “especially sensitive points throughout the national territory and the increase in anti-terrorist measures by the State Security Forces and Corps.”