quinta-feira, 19 de novembro de 2015

Jamie Shea: "Paris attacks are opportunity to improve exchange of information"

Much has been said about the effectiveness of the information services or the ineffectiveness to prevent bombings like those of Paris.

To see better this issue, we spoke with Jamie Shea, Director of the Division of emerging challenges to Nato.

Isabelle Kumar, Euronews: we've talked about before and I heard him say that the exchange of information has to be strengthened but it seems that this is not happening.

Jamie Shea, NATO's Division of emerging challenges: recurring business, there's no doubt about that and Paris, again, is an opportunity to improve this type of relationships. On the other hand, the fact that the authors have been so quickly identified, the fact that the next day the police have carried out raids here in Brussels shows that there is a high level of cooperation. But you're right, will never be perfect, and we have to continue to try to see what we can do to make it better.

IK, Euronews: are being raised questions about why the attacks of Paris were aborted by the authorities since it was relatively easy to find the authors?

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