London, January 23 - Foreign Minister Paolo Gentiloni said Thursday that there was a risk that terrorists could be among the waves of thousands of migrants who arrive in Italy from North Africa every year. "There are considerable risks of terrorists infiltrating immigration (flows)," Gentiloni said after arriving in London for a security meeting on ISIS. "Fortunately our security structures are alerted and they function, but that does not allow is to lower the level of concern at all". Premier Matteo Renzi's government is set to approve new anti-terror measures at a cabinet meeting later on Thursday in the wake of this month's attacks in France by Islamist extremists linked to al-Qaeda.
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