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Parliamentary questions
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2 December 2019
 E-002792/2019
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Question reference: E-002792/2019

Protecting the security of citizens in a comprehensive manner, including preventing and combating terrorism, is one of the priorities of the Council and the EU in general. Since the statement by the members of the European Council at the informal meeting of the Heads of State or Government in Brussels on 12 February 2015(1), a number of counterterrorism measures have been adopted and implemented in the EU. As stated by the EU leaders in the new Strategic Agenda, the EU aims to build on and strengthen its fight against terrorism and cross-border crime, improve cooperation and information-sharing, and further develop its common instruments(2).

(1)Informal meeting of the Heads of State or Government Brussels, 12 February 2015 — Statement by the members of the European Council https://www.consilium.europa.eu/en/press/press-releases/2015/02/12/european-council-statement-fight-against-terrorism/
(2)A new strategic agenda 2019-2024, EUCO 9/19
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