The Portuguese government is preparing to send troops to protect a small island nation after a terrorist attack.
The government is holding a special summit on Tuesday to discuss the island nation of Funchal from which a group of gunmen attacked on Friday.
As the terror threat to Portugal is not as high as it was just a few weeks ago, it is important that we ensure the security of the people and the homeland.
The government will be holding a meeting on the security situation at the meeting.
After the attacks, the Portuguese government ordered all the armed forces to take up their responsibilities and prepare for an emergency operation.
President Jose Eduardo Vieira announced that an operation will be launched to protect the country, while the prime minister also said that the government will have the power to declare a state of emergency.
However, the government has been cautious in this regard, as the attacks came at a time when it is facing a national crisis, with the economy facing economic problems and the economy is also struggling to recover from the economic crisis caused by the Brexit vote.