In his view, bilateral cooperation is a more promising method than establishing supranational organizations for this purpose. "Any supranational anti-terrorist systems lead to losses in the efficiency of this work, Bruguiere said, who for this reason views "very skeptically" the idea of establishing supranational antiterrorist organizations.
If, after all, the countries of the world decide establishing such organizations, Bruguiere said, it must be realized that they will "have to renounce part of their sovereignty." The speech by the first vice president of the Paris Tribunal was the last one at the three-day conference "New Threats to International Security - International Cooperation against Financing Terrorism." The next conference is planned to be convened in 2005 in Strasbourg.