washington - The United States has not yet taken a decision on the ban on laptops to be included in the hand luggage on flights from the European Union to the US. That's what the US Department of Internal Security said on Tuesday in response to reports that the job's job was.
The American Politico website reported that calling on European sources. The responsible US Secretary John Kelly, on Tuesday, consulted with EU commissioners Dimitris Avramopoulos (Internal Affairs) and Violeta Bulc (Transport). He would have said to them that there is no ban on laptops and other electronics in the passenger area on EU-US flights. The Americans want such a ban because the laptops could be used for attacks.
The plan is out of order, told Kelly spokesman. America would have welcomed the European concerns about the transport of equipment with lithium batteries in cargo spaces, which also involve risks. The parties agree that solutions should be sought to increase aviation security, with both visible and hidden measures.