The European Union's representative for foreign affairs on Friday, stressed the urgency of building a cooperation mechanism to fight terrorism across the world.
Federica Mogherini, European Union's High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy: "In the Balkans, in Turkey, in the Middle East, in north Africa, but also in some areas of Africa and Southeast Asia, so we have developed a network of counter-terrorism experts that are deployed there from the European Union, a series of counter-terrorism dialogues with the authorities of these countries to exchange practices and also to learn from some of them how to address the prevention of radicalization of youth."
However, European countries continue to abandon Turkey in the fight against terrorism.
Some of the European countries, notably Austria and Germany continue to turn a blind eye to terrorists from the PKK, DHKP-C and Gulenist Terror Organization staying within their borders.
Despite the fact that the PKK is proscribed as a terrorist organization by the EU, some European governments are taking no steps against PKK terrorists.