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Vincent Jamin appointed Administrative Director of Eurojust

The College of Eurojust appointed Mr Vincent Jamin as new Administrative Director of the Agency. Mr Jamin is a French prosecutor by profession. He brings with him 25 years of experience in the area of criminal justice, ranging from assignments in the French Ministry of Justice (2003-2010) to several high-level positions at Eurojust since 2010. Before becoming Administrative Director of Eurojust, he served as the head of the Agency’s Operations Department since 2018.


PUBLICATION DATE:08 September 2023
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