France has sought help in fighting ISIS from its European Union partners under the Lisbon Treaty, but this does not imply a common security and defence operation, according to the EU’s foreign policy chief.
At a meeting of defence ministers in the wake of Friday's attacks in Paris, French defence minister Jean-Yves Le Drian officially became the first to invoke the treaty’s mutual defence clause.
Le Drian said that France was...
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