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MI5 chief: United Kingdom and European Union intelligence sharing 'never more important'

MI5 chief: United Kingdom and European Union intelligence sharing 'never more important'

Parker will accuse Russian President Vladimir Putin's government of being "in flagrant breach of global rules" and say it's guilty of pursuing "aggressive and pernicious actions by its military and intelligence services".

President Vladimir Putin claims that British allegations are "nonsense" but that Moscow is willing to cooperate with London on the probe.

Mr Parker's speech in Berlin will be the first time he has spoken publicly since the attempted assassination in Salisbury of former Russian agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter, Yulia, in March.

The West, he said, should "shine a light through the fog of lies, half-truths, and obfuscation that pours out of Russia's propaganda machine".

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"In today's uncertain world, we need that shared strength more than ever", Parker, who gives very few public speeches, will say.

Russian diplomats were expelled from the United Kingdom following the incident and 28 European nations agreed to support Mrs May's action. Yet no proof that Russian Federation was behind this attack has been established.

Mr Parker addressed the ongoing threat from Islamist-inspired terrorism warning that "Daesh still aspires to direct devastating and more complex attacks", despite territorial losses, in the wake of 45 attacks across Europe since 2016.

Maassen said authorities are particularly concerned about the possible funding of extremist groups aiming to divide European societies, and he called for greater awareness of hybrid attacks to counter such threats.

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In December last year, Parker had revealed that nine terrorist attacks had been prevented by the UK's security services and police since 52-year-old Khalid Masood drove a auto into pedestrians before launching a knife attack after crashing into the side of the Parliament, killing five people on March 22 last year.

"In the United Kingdom alone since the Westminster attack in March past year, with the police, we've thwarted a further 12 Islamist terror plots".

Parker, speaking to an audience made up of fellow intelligence officers, will say European intelligence partnerships have never been more crucial in combating the threat posed by Russian Federation and by the "intense and unrelenting worldwide terrorist threat".

He will describe the Counter Terrorism Group as the "largest multinational counter-terrorism enterprise in the world" where "real-time intelligence sharing" involves "thousands of exchanges on advanced secure networks every week".

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Mr Barnier has previously declared the United Kingdom will be cut from security and defence involvement once it leaves the EU.