Romanian Minister of Foreign Affairs proposes establishment of an International Anti-terrorism Court
Bogdan Aurescu, Romania's Minister of External Affairs, recently brought to public attention his proposal for the establishment of an International Anti-terrorism Court.
He purportedly put forward the idea to the Council of Foreign Affairs, and, according to Mediafax, stated “ I proposed the idea to my colleagues in the Council of Foreign Affairs so that they may think about the utility of founding an International Court which could combat terrorism, an International Court which could punish the international crime of terrorism, working on examples of such initiatives as the ones brought forward by Vespasian Pella, the Romanian and diplomat”.
Minister Aurescu also noted the importance of good communication between the states concerning data on terrorist activities, foreign fighters and all such relevant matters while keeping procedures such as border control under check by making sure that fundamental rights and liberties are respected.
He then observed the vital necessity of understanding and studying the terrorism phenomenon in both countries of origin and host nations. Poverty and general living conditions can lead to extremist views in some states, while problems with social integration is the most often faced problem, turned incentive for violence, among newcomers in Western EU states.
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