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BRUSSELS, November 18 /TASS/. The Islamic State terrorist group is a number one enemy for Europe, European Commission President Jean Claude Juncker said on Wednesday.
"Yes. I consider IS to be enemy number one," Juncker said when asked if he agreed with US President Barrack Obama that the IS terrorist group was the biggest threat to the world.
According to Juncker, countries should unite all their resources and efforts to fight the Islamic State. He stressed the importance of close cooperation among security services in question of fighting the IS.