The EU Army in stealth mode, in the beginning stages:
The EU is preparing for a military conflict with Isis as part of a year-long campaign on the north African coast to tackle the Mediterranean migrant crisis, according to secret documents allegedly leaked to the WikiLeaks organisation.
In a draft outline of the plan for military intervention in Libya reportedly approved by representatives from all 28 member states on 18 May, officials expressed a number of major concerns about the operation.
One document, produced by the European Union Military Committee (EUMC), warned that while it could offer a “military end state” in the region: “The EUMC considers that the political end state is not clearly defined.”
WikiLeaks claimed the EUMC also warned about risks to the EU’s reputation in the event of “collateral damage… or creating a perception of having chosen sides [in the Libyan conflict]”.
Full article: EU military chiefs preparing to fight Isis over Mediterranean migrant crisis, according to new WikiLeaks documents (The Independent)