Syria : two new executives of Lafarge accused of “financing a terrorist enterprise”

Two other executives of the cement companies Lafarge, who is suspected to have indirectly funded organizations jihadists, including islamic State, to continue to operate its cement plant in Syria despite the war, have been indicted Friday a-t-on learned from justice source.

Bruno Pescheux, the director of the factory from 2008 to 2014, and Jean-Claude Veillard, director safety at Lafarge, have been accused of “financing a terrorist enterprise” and “endangering the lives of others”. Frederic Jolibois, director of the site from the summer of 2014, had been indicted earlier in the day.

(With AFP)

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