Rome, February 28 - In their annual report to parliament on Thursday, Italy's secret services warned of the risk of "spectacular terrorist attacks" as the threat from anarchist groups remains "extended and multiform". In their report, the secret services said how the failed assassination plot against Roberto Adinolfi, the chief executive of Ansaldo Nucleare, which left the executive wounded last May, marked a "raising of the threat" by anarchist groups. The current economic climate is seen as being "potentially favorable" to "direct actions," the report said. The services warned that in this context there are groups who aim to "subvert the system", calling to "overcome hesitation" and to take "conflict action". However, the arrests of various anarchists, the services report, have stopped these projects. Following their anti-terrorism procedures, the secret services report, actions by the Informal Anarchist Federation (FAI) have been forced into an "operational stasis".