The European Commission adopted the Security Union Strategy in 2020, focusing on security priorities. Progress has been made in areas like cyber resilience and critical entity protection, but evolving security threats persist, including cyberattacks and hybrid threats. The report emphasizes the need to adapt and reinforce security measures. It highlights the impact of cyberattacks related to the Russian-Ukraine conflict and stresses the importance of tackling organized crime, terrorism, and radicalization. The Commission has presented 36 legislative initiatives, but some are still under negotiation. The report calls for swift action to complete these initiatives. It also stresses the need for proper implementation of agreed laws and emphasizes the role of EU agencies. Furthermore, it underscores the link between internal and external security and the importance of global engagement to ensure citizens’ safety.
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