In his latest article, Dr Keshk discusses the recent vote of the Special Committee on Terrorism of the European Parliament on its report regarding the practical and legislative deficiencies in the fight against terrorism and its recommendations as to measures and initiatives that can be taken to overcome these deficiencies and to improve the fight against terrorism in the European Union.
The report will be presented in a final session of the European Parliament in December. The report is an important reports that demands attention and follow-up. The Special Committee on Terrorism was established in 2017 and comprises 30 members. Its functions are to conduct assessments on terrorist threats facing all European countries; reporting on indicators in gaps in procedures applied by the European Union in the face of terrorism, including the exchange of information and procedures to secure the border; and to propose solutions which it deems appropriate.
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