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France, Spain, Belgium and Morocco join forces to avoid any attack

France and Spain are also actively collaborating in the quadripartite on the eve of the end-of-year celebrations.

A joint antiterrorist cell between Belgium, Morocco, France and Spain was set up in the hours following the attack in Strasbourg. Objective: avoid, together, attacks during the holiday season.

The establishment of the device, the goal would be to exchange all the information available on people likely to act during the Christmas and New Year festivities.

The threat has also pushed Americans to discourage travel on European soil at this time.

Information that must be contextualized: first, Belgium maintains at this stage the level of terrorist threat to 2 on a scale of 4. Then, on the US side, the warning to nationals at the approach of holidays has become a frequent alert since 2015.

Finally, as far as the collaboration between Belgium, Spain and Morocco is concerned, a quadripartite has already existed since 2010. At the time, reports were not as regular as they are today.

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