International coordination of intelligence services and coordinated military action against the Islamic State in Syria are vital for the fight against terrorism, Corinne Narassiguin, spokesperson for France's governing Socialist Party told Radio Sputnik on Tuesday.
"We need to have more trained personnel, more technology tools, and be able to use them more efficiently, and there is the question of how the international coalition should organize in the fight against ISIS specifically and Islamic terrorism in general, especially in Iraq and Syria."
Narassiguin cautioned against making a link between Friday's terrorist attacks, and number of refugees and migrants who arrived in Europe this year.
"We certainly, just because there might be one or two who might have come through, we certainly shouldn't treat all of the refugees as potential terrorists because most of them are actually fleeing their country because of terrorism."
The possibility of terrorists entering Europe posing as refugees highlights the need for better cooperation at a European level on how to treat the migrant crisis, said the spokesperson.
"We have to keep to measures that are both humane and firm, so we have to have better coordination with other European countries so that we can accelerate how we process all these people who come to Europe for a safe haven," said Narassiguin, who stressed the need to quickly the people who are identify legitimate asylum seekers, and those who should not be allowed to settle.