France’s Prime Minister Manuel Valls has warned that more major attacks in Europe are a ‘certainty’ in a worrying message at the Munich Security Conference.
‘We have entered – we all feel it – in a new era characterised by the lasting presence of ‘hyper-terrorism’,’ said Valls, whose country was hit by two Islamist attacks last year.
‘We must be fully conscious of the threat, and react with a very great force and great lucidity. There will be attacks. Large-scale attacks. It’s a certainty. This hyper-terrorism is here to stay,’ he said.