BRUSSELS The European Union on Wednesday urged speedier adoption of measures to toughen security and counter-terrorism coordination among member states after the Islamic State attacks in Brussels and Paris.
A plan for greater cooperation among the 28-nation bloc, proposed by the European Commission a year ago, still needs change from member states and their law enforcement authorities to close intelligence gaps and operational holes, the EU executive said.
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