European Commission adopts the EU Internal Security Strategy in Action and agrees to cooperate with the US in the field of security research

On 22 November 2010, the European Commission adopted the EU Internal Security Strategy in Action. The strategy targets five areas: organised crime, terrorism, cybercrime and cyber security, border management and crises and disasters. In a related development, the European Commission and the government of the United States have agreed to enhance cooperation in science and technology research to improve the shared capabilities to protect against acts of terrorism and other threats to domestic and external security.



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