European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said on Thursday that a new EU anti-terrorism plan is on its way.
He said “We will soon unveil a new anti-terrorism plan of action that will boost cooperation between Europol and national intelligence agencies“.
“I am also thinking of improvements to the Schengen accord (that created Europe’s passport-free zone) to make it more efficient”.
His statement came the day after a suspected Islamist commando stormed the Paris offices of Charlie Hebdo satirical weekly, gunning down 12 people including four of France’s top cartoonists and two policemen.
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