Macron sets out counter-terror programme for next five years – France 24

Macron sets out counter-terror programme for next five years – France 24 – Speaking in front of 500 people, including police and gendarmerie commanders, Macron aimed to boost morale amongst France’s internal security forces, which have been strongly mobilised since the 2015 Paris terror attacks.

Macron began by paying tribute to the security forces and their “daily acts of heroism”, pointing out that since the start of 2017, intelligence and security services had thwarted 13 terror attacks. Bruno Cautres a politics researcher at Sciences-Po, noted in an interview with FRANCE 24 that Macron used “many positive adjectives” about the police, gendarmerie and army, in a speech that paid “a clear tribute to the security forces”.

Source: Macron sets out counter-terror programme for next five years – France 24

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