Migration and Home Affairs

European Agenda on Security: Second report on progress towards an effective and sustainable Security Union

Wednesday, 16 November, 2016

The European Commission has today presented its second monthly report on progress made towards an effective and sustainable Security Union.

In line with the calls made by the Bratislava roadmap and the October European Council conclusions, important steps forward made over the past month include the launch of the European Border and Coast Guard on 6 October, in-depth discussions about the action being taken by the Radicalisation Awareness Network in particular with respect to young people at risk of radicalisation, as well as today's proposal for a European Travel Information and Authorisation System (ETIAS), following the announcement in September by President Juncker in his 2016 State of the Union address.

For more information:

  • IP/16/3681: European Agenda on Security: Second report on progress towards an effective and sustainable Security Union
  • Factsheet: A European Agenda on Security: State of Play November 2016