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The Presidents of the European Council and Commission and NATO Secretary General on 10 July issued a second Joint Declaration highlighting substantial progress in cooperation between the two organisations since 2016, welcoming EU efforts to boost the Union's security and defence capabilities and agreeing to increase work in the areas of military mobility, counter- terrorism, countering chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear-related risks and the promotion of the women, peace and security agenda. The capabilities developed through the defence initiatives of the EU and NATO should remain coherent, complementary and interoperable, agreed the leaders meeting in Brussels.

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Ce 10 juillet, les présidents du Conseil européen et de la Commission européenne et le secrétaire général de l’OTAN ont publié une deuxième déclaration commune mettant en évidence les progrès substantiels accomplis dans la coopération entre l’Union européenne et l’OTAN depuis 2016, tout en se félicitant des efforts déployés par l’Union pour renforcer ses capacités de sécurité et de défense et en convenant de collaborer davantage en ce qui concerne la mobilité militaire, la lutte contre le terrorisme, la lutte contre les risques chimiques, biologiques, radiologiques et nucléaires et la promotion du programme concernant les femmes, la paix et la sécurité. Les dirigeants réunis à Bruxelles sont également convenus que les capacités développées grâce aux initiatives prises en matière de défense par l’UE et l’OTAN devaient demeurer cohérentes, complémentaires et interopérables.

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Following the "Global Strategy for the European Union's Foreign and Security Policy" presented in 2016 by High Representative Mogherini, a whole range of concrete initiatives was launched to strengthen the EU's role as a security provider for Europe and globally. In this context, cooperation with Latin America is an important element. The seminar, held in Madrid from 2 to 5 July, brought together colleagues from the European External Action Service (EEAS), EU Member States, and a wide range of Latin American countries. The meeting took stock of developments and discussed key issues such as cybersecurity in the context of hybrid threats or concrete EU action for example to support security in the Sahel region or gender mainstreaming in the EU's Common Defence and Security Policy (CSDP).

Joint declaration on EU-NATO cooperation by President of the European Council Donald Tusk, President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker, and Secretary General of NATO Jens Stoltenberg.

On 28 June the new 2018 EU Capability Development Plan and associated Priorities were approved. They will now serve as a guiding reference for any related initiatives taken by Member States or EU. In this way, the new Plan and Priorities will be instrumental in achieving greater coherence and faster results when developing the European defence project.

Cooperation between Member States within the framework of "Permanent Structured Cooperation", sharing of defence plans and more investment in security and defence will strengthen the EU's strategic autonomy and reinforce NATO, agree all 28 national leaders.

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Европа должна взять на себя большую ответственность за собственную безопасность, согласились главы государств и правительств стран ЕС.

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The European Council on 28 June adopted conclusions on: migration, security and defence, jobs, growth and competitiveness, innovation and digital, and on other issues

Les cybermenaces se sont multipliées au cours des dernières années. Elles constituent une grave menace pour l’UE, ses États membres et ses citoyens. Le 25 juin, six pays de l’UE ont signé une déclaration d’intention pour la mise en place à l’échelle de l’UE d’une force de réaction rapide en matière de cybersécurité, qui devrait rapidement s’élargir à d’autres pays.

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