The activities of foreign intelligence services, corruption, international terrorism, religious sects, and obsolete transport and energy infrastructure are among the main national security threats for 2010.
These threats along with profiteering, health care problems and migration are listed in the annual report of the State Agency for National Security, DANS, for 2010.
Parts of the report are published on the Agency's website and its conclusions were presented before the Parliamentary Committee for DANS control, but details have not been provided for the media with the motive they include classified information. The Committee's Chair, Kamen Kostadinov, from the ethnic Turkish party Movement for Rights and Freedoms, DPS, assured the report is complete, well-prepared, with serious and grounded conclusions and reflects the real picture regarding threats for the country's national security.
The report points out the political parties' activities and the emerging of new formations are the main subject of interest for foreign spies. /Source: Sofia News Agency/