The Hague, 13 September 2018
On 18 August 2018, Ms Myroslava Krasnoborova took up her duties as Liaison Prosecutor for Ukraine at Eurojust.
Before joining Eurojust, Ms Krasnoborova occupied the positions of Deputy Head of Department for International Legal Cooperation and Head of Division for International Cooperation of the Prosecutor General’s Office (PGO) of Ukraine.
In 2008, she joined the PGO as a prosecutor dealing with mutual legal assistance (MLA) cases. In her role as head of the relevant PGO divisions, she specialised in the transfer of criminal proceedings, asset recovery, international cooperation and the negotiation of international treaties, in addition to MLA.
As Eurojust contact point for Ukraine for several years, Ms Krasnoborova was directly involved in some of the most complex and high-profile cross-border cases related to Ukraine, including cybercrime, economic crime, terrorism, as well as the recovery of stolen art.
After her appointment to Eurojust, Ms Krasnoborova said: I am delighted and honoured to be the first Liaison Prosecutor for Ukraine at Eurojust. We wish to continue the success of combating transnational criminality with the support of Eurojust and EU Member States’ judicial authorities, and I am looking forward to enhancing this effective cooperation in the future in the framework of Eurojust’s activities.