French daily Liberation published a secret American report presenting the activities of the 19 terrorists coordinating the 9/11 attacks in the USA on Tuesday .

The details presented in the document refer to the actions the attackers planned during the last 18 months prior to the tragic events of the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.

According to the paper, one of the brains of the operation dialed a Romanian registered number.

Romanian Intelligence Service (SRI) director between 2001 - 2005, Radu Timofte, told that he could neither deny nor confirm the information because, he said, investigations might be still made on the theme.

Former head of the Foreign Intelligence Service Ioan Talpes confirmed for the existence of the phone call on Romanian registered number. He adds that according to the protocol, the information was sent to the American intelligence services immediately.

SRI representatives, however, told that there was no connection between the terrorist acts of 9/11 and the respective phone call.

The report quoted by Liberation named “Twinbom-Pentbom” contains 198 pages and details about the false names used by terrorists, their IDs, the phone numbers dialed, bank operations and the meetings with various accomplices.

A real mystery surrounds the person who coordinated the attacks, Mohammed Atta. Liberation reads that the phone listings he used contain a number registered in Romania. The report of the American authorities does not contain any results of the investigations.

Next to the Romanian number, there is another international one but the purpose of the calls is still unknown.

According to the French daily, no one disturbed the terrorist cell while preparing the attacks and they could transfer money to various institutions in the Persian Golf or Africa.

The document was remitted by the FBI to the Anti-drugs American Center two months after 9/11 attacks where about 3000 people were killed.

FBI representative at the American embassy in Paris Robin Gazawi told Liberation that the investigation on all Al-Qaeda members and their accomplices was ongoing.