The Rome-based daily Corriere della Sera reported the launch of the maximum terrorist warning in Rome after police intercepted phone calls to a Syrian young man in which he said a terrorist attack was likely to take place in the Italian capital.
But the Italian police press office told the Russian news agency RIA Novosti that there was no information about the operation that the newspaper claimed had begun to prosecute the young man.
According to the newspaper, the 28-year-old Syrian said in an intercepted phone call that he would "go straight from Rome to paradise tomorrow."
Police, security services and counterterrorism structures have a picture of this young man at the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, especially in Berlin in October 2016. Anis Omri launched a terrorist attack in December 2016. Police later killed him in Milan, Italy.
She said that the police department of Rome handed over the signs of the young Syrian who is following him to all the patrols that roam the big cities.
The name of the young apprentice remains unknown, because it has 3 pages with different names on Facebook.