Germany and USA signed memorandum to share data for fight against terrorism
Terrorism is one of the most major world problems nowadays. Each country tries to make its contribution to fight against it. So Germany and USA have established new cooperation on this case by signing of memorandum.
The newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung informs that now two countries may share names, birth dates and information from documents of people who are considered to be implicitly dangerous for society. Such provisions were included in the signed document.
If there is urgent need the USA and Germany can ask each other another data also to neutralize the enemy. However government pointed that the USA departments are not allowed to share the information with each other without Germany’s permission. Such processes have to be made upon result of both countries consultation.
We will point that memorandum was accepted during the visit of the Minister of Foreign Affairs of FRG Thomas de Maiziere to United States of America. In Washington he hold negotiations to the US Attorney General Loretta Lynch. During the meeting they have discussed all the details of cooperation and established new level in two countries relations.