Pakistani president, Pervez Musharraf, claims that Al Qaida planned to commit several terrorist attacks using Romanian aircraft. The unveilings were published in the president’s recently published autobiography - “In the first line”, a book partially quoted by The Times.

The suspect of organizing the 9/11 attacks and a series of plots on the British territory, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, planned in 2002 an attack against the Heathrow airport, that would have employed several planes from Eastern Europe, including Romania, Pervez Musharraf claims.

The Pakistani president says the terrorist chose these planes because of the low security regime of the air travel companies and departure airports.

At the same time, Musharraf unveiled the fact that CIA secretly financed the Islamabad government with billions of dollars, in exchange for surrendering a few hundreds of al-Qaida suspects to the American authorities.