Europe is facing increasing threats, including terrorism, cybercrime, migration and “Russian aggression”. This is stated in the statement of the Prime Minister of great Britain Theresa may, a statement on the eve of the EU summit on digital technologies.
“From terrorism to cyber crime, from illegal migration to the Russian aggression ahead of us, Europeans, the threats are becoming bigger and more difficult, — quotes TASS of the word may. — Now more than ever, it is in our interest to face them together.”
The British Prime Minister assured that the involvement of London in the security of Europe will not decrease after the United Korolevstv will come from the EU. “While we are preparing for a Brexit, I want to create new, strong partnerships in the field of security with the EU,” said may.
The first ever EU summit on digital technologies will be held in Tallinn today. The participants will discuss how to transform the European community into a global leader in the digital environment by 2025. The event will be the main event of a six-month period of the presidency of Estonia in the Council of the European Union, which will end in December.