Activities of Lafarge in Syria: Laurent Fabius, will he be heard by the court?

The ex-minister of foreign Affairs Laurent Fabius, on January 21, 2016 in Davos, at the world economic Forum. Michel Euler/AP/SIPA

Also read : what is accused the cement companies Lafarge?

A judicial information was opened on the 9th June last for the “financing of terrorism” and ” endangering the lives of others “. The justice must determine the links that has been able to maintain the giant cement, in particular with
Daesh, to continue to operate in 2013 and 2014 the cement plant of Jalabiya, in the north of the country. Eleven former employees of the factory to the syrian have also seized the French justice
for ” endangering the lives of others. “

“Every six months, we’re going to see the Quai d’orsay, which we urged him to stay”

According to France info, a number of leaders of Lafarge, have stated to the investigators that the ministry of foreign Affairs was informed. “Every six months, we’re going to see the Quai d’orsay who urged us to stay. (…) The Quai d’orsay said that it is necessary to hold, that it will sort itself out, ” said the deputy director general of the group at the time of the facts.

A version disputed by the ministry of foreign Affairs declares to have ” alerted the Lafarge group on the risks to stay in Syria “.

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