author: Martina Lima
20 november - The recent terrorist attacks in Paris revealed the weakness of the Defence and Security policy at Union level and above all, the strong need for a joint action by all the Member States.At international level, a few days ago, the Representatives of the Member Countries of the UN security Council gathered in the glass building of New York to debate and take decision on how to fight ISIS. The Council, condemning the dramatic events in Paris, unanimously decided to permit to the Member Countries the use of "all the necessary measures to defeat the Muslim fundamentalism, including increased measures against the so called "foreign fighters".
The Resolution was proposed by France, in this latest year, the most hitten country by terrorism. The French Ambassador, in submitting the topic, stated: " The attack of ISIS, was an act of war against France, but the Islamic State did not attack only France, but all over the world".
The UN Security Council is composed of 15 members, including 5 permanent and 10 non-permanent, elected from among the member countries of the United Nations for a term of two years. In this particular case, in addition to the five permanent members (China, France, United Kingdom, Russia and USA), other countries were also present: Angola, Malaysia, New Zeland, Spain, Venezuela, Chad, Chile, Jordan, Lithuania and Nigeria.
To conclude, due to the mission itself of the UN Security Council which is ensuring peace and safety at international level, it sure it won’t pass a long time since the Member Countries return on the issues of ISIS and terrorism, so effecting deeply the management of Syria crisis and the same European countries operations in that territory.