Published on December 26th, 2018 | by Konstantina.Liontou0
A Europe that Protects: Commission calls for more efforts to ensure adoption of security proposals
The Commission reported on progress made in building a genuine and effective Security Union since the October European Council.
Good progress is being achieved on a number of security initiatives, including the proposals to remove terrorist content online and to reinforce the European Border and Coast Guard, but more efforts are needed from the European Parliament and the Council to deliver results on all pending security proposals ahead of the European Parliament elections in May 2019.
In today’s report, the Commission focuses on three main aspects crucial to complete a genuine and effective Security Union, including (1) completing legislative processes on priority security files; (2) enforcing new security laws across the EU; and (3) building resilience to evolving security threats.
For More Information
- Press release IP/18/6736: A Europe that Protects: Commission calls for more efforts to ensure adoption of security proposals
- Factsheet: A Europe that protectsSearch for available translations of the preceding linkEN•••
- Communication: 17th Progress Report toward an effective and genuine Security UnionSearch for available translations of the preceding linkEN•••
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