Internal Security Strategy implementation report: updates on data retention, cooperation with third countries, external borders
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A comprehensive report on the implementation of the EU's Internal Security Strategy gives an overview of the 'state of play' with regard to potential new data retention measures, cooperation between EU agencies and institutions and third countries in the field of internal security, measures to strengthen the EU's external borders, and much more.
See: NOTE from: Presidency/outgoing Presidency to: Delegations: Implementation of the renewed EU Internal Security Strategy: joint Presidency paper (5562/19, 30 January 2019, LIMITE, pdf):
"Delegations will find attached a revised version of the joint paper of the outgoing Austrian Presidency and the Romanian 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 and as endorsed by COSI SG on 16 April 2018, the implementation paper presents a structure based on priorities, on the planning and implementation of the renewed EU Internal Security Strategy for the second half of 2018 and first half of 2019."
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