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Parliamentary questions
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28 February 2018
Question for written answer E-001244-18
to the Commission
Rule 130
Sabine Lösing (GUE/NGL)

 Subject:  EU support for Tunisia's security sector reform
 Answer in writing 

The EU is supporting the reform of Tunisia’s security sector by funding a number of border security and counter-extremism projects.

In 2019, training courses on cybercrime will be provided as part of the EU ‘Euromed Police IV’ project. A project management organisation attached to the French Ministry of the Interior, Civipol Conseil, has been tasked with running the courses.

1. What techniques and procedures will be covered in the cybercrime courses and who will be invited to take part in them?

2. What details can the Commission provide regarding the content and management and the participants in the projects on ‘Tightening Tunisia’s southern border security to counter violent extremism’, ‘Improving inclusive and democratic control of border security in Tunisia’ and ‘Providing specialised expertise to help Tunisia’s state authorities combat terrorism’?

3. How will the plan for Tunisia to join the EU-run Seahorse Mediterranean Network under the Seahorse 2.0 project be implemented? Can the Commission outline the progress made to date?

Original language of question: DE 
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