14 July 2019
A constructive exchange on the traditional topics of mutual interest, which underlined the engagement of the two sides to pursue and develop further their cooperation, both at political and operational level.
Outcome of proceedings of the EU-US Justice and Home Affairs Ministerial Meeting (Bucharest, 19 June 2019) (LIMITE doc no: 10430-19, pdf)
While reviewing recent developments and joint work in areas such as counter terrorism, migration, visa and border policy, the meeting was also an opportunity for both sides to discuss ways to expand their cooperation and best practice exchanges in areas like cybersecurity, removal of terrorist use of the internet, cross-border access to electronic evidence (e-evidence) and resilience of electoral systems." [emphasis added throughout]
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