The fight against terrorism in the world remains relevant. Bogdan Aurescu, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Romania, made a proposal to form an international tribunal to combat terrorism. This idea was voiced at a meeting of EU foreign ministers and their counterparts from the Southern Neighbourhood in Barcelona, Joinfo.ua reports.
"The participants of the meeting of foreign ministers of the EU and the countries of the Southern Neighbourhood in Barcelona digested the proposal of the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Romania on establishment of the International Tribunal for the fight against terrorism with interest," informs the press service of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Romania.
Probably, this initiative will be presented in Bucharest for consideration by the expert community in the field of law this week.
In addition to the fight against terrorism, at a meeting in Barcelona, there were raised the issues of security, migration, energy, and trade.
The discussion was attended by representatives of the EU partner countries: Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia, Egypt, Lebanon, Israel, Jordan, and Palestine.