Britain will join the fight against the Islamic state
The Prime Minister of great Britain David Cameron announced that his country must join the fight against militants of the banned in Russia "Islamic state". London has already decided to significantly increase spending on counter-terrorism and aviation security.
England is going to join the fight against terrorists from the "Islamic state" in Syria. The head of the British Cabinet, David Cameron is convinced that his country needs to join the strikes on Islamist militants.
The Premier expects to go back with this proposal to the Parliament. "I initiate the question", - he told on air of radio station "bi-Bi-si". Cameron said that the Islamic state does not recognize the borders of Iraq and Syria. "Because we don't have to," he said.
Not so long ago it became known that the British government decided to increase significantly in the next 5 years the costs of the state budget for the needs of counter-terrorism in the fight against the Islamic state and aviation security. "Funding will be directed to agencies security and intelligence agencies for the recruitment of additional officers 1900, which would mean a 15 percent increase in staffing in MI-5, MI-6 and the government communications to counter the growing international terrorist threat, the increasing number of cyber attacks and other large - scale threats," TASS quoted the statement of the Prime Minister's office.
The government also decided to double during the five-year period the costs of aviation security that takes into account the increase in the number of officers involved in this area. The involvement of additional staff related to the necessity to audit the level of security at foreign airports.