The first report on the European security program provides a further EU funding of 70 millionOctober 12, 2016
Hat: A first report on the European security program was published and highlights priority areas for which the Commission plans to release additional funding.
Funding Scheme: 2016-10-12
Pgm2014 2020: Yes
The European security program defines how the Union can bring added value to Member States to ensure the security.
A first progress report on the European security program was published on 12 October 2016 by the European Commission. This report describes the efforts made by the Commission in the fight against terrorism, organized crime and cybercrime. The report emphasizes that Member States must be able to fully transpose, no later than May 2018, the Directive on EU Passenger Name Records (PNR). In order to assist the Member States, the European commission plans to release additional EU funding of € 70 million.
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