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Profile: Petr Necas

 
  

Positions that Petr Necas has held:

  • Chairman of the Czech parliamentary defense committee


 

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October 16, 2001      Complete Iraq timeline

       Referring to the claim that Atta met with Iraqi Counsel al-Ani on April 8, 2001 (see April 8, 2001), Stanislav Gross, the Czech interior minister, states, “I can only confirm one visit in the summer” and Petr Necas, chairman of the parliamentary defense committee, says, “I haven't seen any direct evidence that Mr. Atta met any Iraqi agent.” Citing a senior Czech Republic official, the New York Times will report on October 20 that “firm documentary evidence existed only that Mr. Atta had passed through the Prague airport from Germany to take a flight to Newark.” [New York Times, 10/20/01 Sources: Unnamed senior Czech Republic official] The rumors, which had first surfaced shortly after the attacks, were based on information from a Czech intelligence source inside Prague's Middle Eastern community. The source had told the BIS, the Czech Republic's intelligence service, that he had seen Atta meeting al-Ani in a restaurant outside of Prague on April 8 earlier that year.(see April 8, 2001) [CNN, 9/19/01; Newsweek, 4/28/02]
People and organizations involved: Mohammed Atta, Ahmed Khalil Ibrahim Samir al-Ani, Stanislav Gross, Petr Necas
          

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