According to a report by Reuters, on Friday, intelligence chiefs from the UK, France, and Germany said that Brexit will not affect security cooperation with its NATO allies France and Germany, citing the growing external threats to the continent's stability. In a rare joint statement, the heads of Germany's BND, France’s DGSE and Britain’s MI6 said, "all three services would continue to be close allies in jointly protecting Europe from threats such as Islamism, terrorism, organized crime or cyber-attacks." While Britain and the EU have pledged to continue cooperation on security issues through institutions such as Europol and Eurojust after Brexit, Reuters points out that a proposed 'operational cooperation' between police and justice systems remains vague.

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