Security policy: CDU and CSU adopt Declaration of Cologne

(GermanPolicy.com) – CDU-CSU top politicians have committed themselves to a new security policy in a concept named Declaration of Cologne. The two Union parties would like to enter into a partnership with France on foreign and security policy issues. In addition, the CDU and CDU want to set up a National Security Council to represent politics to the outside world.

The North Rhine-Westphalian Prime Minister Wüst commented that the concept met many concerns of the citizens, while CDU Secretary-General Czaja said that the turning point required comprehensive security in Germany. Policies in this area should be designed with the involvement of the Federal States, local authorities, as well as the private sector. “Clear language, clear processes and clear responsibilities” are needed for a future narrative, the Union puts it in a nutshell.

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