The Central Intelligence Agency has not uncovered any concrete terror threat against Hungary, the prime minister’s chief security advisor, György Bakondi, has said after Polish press reports suggesting that the US agency has warned of a possible attack. Bakondi said the government had turned to the CIA over the reports but received no confirmation of them. Polish daily Rzeczpospolita wrote that the US had warned Poland of the danger of simultaneous attacks in Berlin, Budapest and Warsaw. Bakondi said that if there were a substantive threat the US would have warned Hungary. He said Budapest regularly receives information from the American authorities, and the Hungarian authorities also actively take part in international co-operation by secret services. Zsolt Molnár, the Socialist head of Parliament’s national security committee, said after it met that Hungarian security officials have no knowledge of any credible terrorist plot against the country. However, a recent threat by the Islamic State militant group naming Hungary as a possible target was credible, and the national terror alert level remains unchanged, he said.