13 February 2020
"Delegations will find attached the joint paper of the outgoing Finnish Presidency and the Croatian Presidency on the implementation of the renewed EU Internal Security Strategy.
In line with the Council conclusions of 12 October 2017 on the mid-term review of the Renewed Internal Security Strategy the implementation paper presents a structure based on priorities, on the planning and implementation of the renewed EU Internal Security Strategy 2019.
It consists of two parts:
Delegations are invited to express their views on the state of implementation of the renewed ISS."
See: NOTE from: Presidency/outgoing Presidency: Implementation of the renewed EU Internal Security Strategy: joint Presidency paper (5618/20, 3 February 2020, LIMITE, pdf)
The document is laid out under the following heads, and also includes a detailed table setting out the 'state of play' regarding the ISS priorities:
1. Renewed Internal Security Strategy priorities
1. 1. Countering terrorism and preventing radicalisation and violent extremism
1.2. Preventing and fighting serious and organised crime
1.3. Preventing and fighting cybercrime and enhancing cybersecurity
2. Cross-cutting priority areas
3. Future Direction of internal security in the EU
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