European Union Identifies Risks to 5G Networks

U.S. Department of State Press Statement Morgan Ortagus, Department Spokesperson December 4, 2019 On December 3, the European Union (EU) Council identified serious risks posed to 5G telecommunications networks if they are built using untrusted vendors.  We welcome this acknowledgement and urge our European partners and allies to ensure only trusted vendors participate in any ...
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Podcast: Interview with DAS Kenneth Merten, Haiti Special Coordinator, on US-EU cooperation on Haiti

Haiti Special Coordinator Kenneth Merten came to Brussels from 1 to 5 April 2016 to continue multilateral coordination between the U.S. Government and the European Union in their efforts toward strengthening democracy, security, and improving economic opportunity in Haiti. Listen to the podcast for more details about his visit and the upcoming elections in Haiti. ...
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EUCOM News: “EU and EUCOM expand cooperation, information sharing to boost security”

MONS, Belgium – In an effort to increase cooperation and enhance security, European Union Military Staff (EUMS) director general, Lt. Gen. Wolfgang Wosolsobe and United States European Command (EUCOM) commander, Gen. Philip Breedlove signed an administrative arrangement today in Mons, Belgium to facilitate the exchange of information and cooperation between both organizations. The formal agreement described the primary roles and ...
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