brussels - The European countries have a lot of " sterner " to verify whether the agreements are complied created after the attacks on the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris in January. That said Minister Bert Koenders (Foreign Affairs) Monday after consulting with his colleagues in Brussels.
An example is about the exchange of information between security services, he said. He also wants to see an unified European voice on the recording of flight data from airline passengers. The European Parliament has serious drawbacks, including for privacy reasons.
The Ministers of Justice and Home Affairs to take Friday, at an additional inserted consultation following the attacks in Paris, decisions on the above items, said Koenders.
The meeting on Monday was mainly of the character " the nightmare in Paris came true ". Furthermore, Syria was mainly addressed, because there IS a terrorist " significant & quot roots ; has. It is important for them as soon as possible a cease-fire comes, stressed the minister, so that the international coalition against IS " much can act more effectively ".
Koenders assured that Europe is " does everything to ensure that the fight against IS is effectively implemented ". " You saw that in the cooperation between France and Belgium. Among these countries was much discussion today. "