09 May 2018
The reported findings in the EU INTCEN assessment and the Europol report complementing each other are to a great extent convergent, and both conclude that the overall picture has not changed significantly. However, taking into account also the comments/contributions from Member States, the existing recommendations could benefit from an update due to the changes of some aspects/components of the threat picture."
See: Note from: Presidency: EU threat assessment in the field of counter-terrorism (30 April 2018, 7879/1/18 REV 1, LIMITE, pdf):
Including policy recommendations on: interoperability, counter-radicalisation, foreign terrorist fighters ("incl. women and children"), terrorist travel, law enforcement-intelligence agency cooperation, links between terrorism and organised crime, "tackling terrorist content online".
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