EU countries are selling weapons worth £1BILLION to the Middle East only for them to end up in the hands of ISIS

Eastern European countries have secretly sold €1.2 billion worth of weapons to the Middle East in the past four years – and they are ending up in the hands of Islamist fighters including ISIS, a new report has found.

Since 2012, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Serbia, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Romania, Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina have all reportedly approved the shipment of arms and ammunition to four key suppliers of Syria and Yemen.