01 June 2016
According to the minutes of the most recent EU-US justice and home affairs ministerial meeting, held in Amsterdam on 1 and 2 June, the US: "commended the EU collection of biometric data which had facilitated the fight against terrorism and the work of US law enforcement."
The minutes then note that: "The US offered to cooperate closely with European partners on collected data."
See: Outcome of the EU-US Justice and Home Affairs Ministerial Meeting, Amsterdam, 1-2 June 2016 (9920/16, 8 June 2016, pdf)
The document contains brief notes from the meeting covering the following topics:
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