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Parliamentary questions
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24 September 2018
Question for written answer E-004794-18
to the Commission
Rule 130
John Stuart Agnew (EFDD)

 Subject:  EU/UK security issues
 Answer in writing 

During the Brexit negotiations, much has been said about the UK losing access to EU databases, thus damaging the security partnership that has been built up by 28 police and security organisations.

Will the Commission agree that this is ‘Brexit rhetoric’ only and confirm that the EU will still actively support Interpol? As one of the contributing 192 members of Interpol, the UK will still have access to crime and security databases via Interpol and its Counter Terrorism Programme; or is it the Commission’s intention to try to block such access?

SIGINT Seniors Europe (SSEUR), or the Fourteen Eyes, will continue to be fed by the Five Eyes unless the Commission decides that its nine Member States must leave the security network.

Will the Commission clarify its position regarding its international security cooperation intentions?

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