Slovak Republic

Slovak Republic

The Slovak Desk is headed by Ladislav Hamran, who is the National Member for the Slovak Republic since 2007 and President of Eurojust since October 2017.

In 2022, the Slovak Desk was involved in 219 new cases, 31 coordination meetings, 1 coordination centre, and 23 joint investigation teams.

National Member

Ladislav Hamran
Ladislav Hamran

National Member

Ladislav Hamran, National Member for the Slovak Republic, was elected President of Eurojust in October 2017. In November 2020, he was re-elected for a second term. Mr Hamran’s career as a prosecutor started in 2000 at the District Prosecutor’s Office in Nitra. In 2003, he was assigned to the General Prosecution Office in Bratislava, where he was investigating and prosecuting mainly economic crime and corruption, until his secondment to Eurojust as National Member for the Slovak Republic in 2007. He was elected Vice-President of Eurojust in December 2013, and was re-elected Vice-President in December 2016.

Deputy National Member

Michal Baco is Deputy National Member for the Slovak Republic.

Assistant to the National Member

Jozef Szabó is Assistant to the National Member for the Slovak Republic.

Seconded National Expert

Petra Vodová is Seconded National Expert.

National Desk Administrative Assistant

Žaneta Danihelová joined Eurojust in 2009.

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Casework

  2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022
New cases (total)
- of which initiating
- of which participating
153
57
96
264
139
125
256
142
114
228
117
111
218
110
108
219
119
100
Coordination meetings (initiating and/or participating) 14 21 12 15 11 31
Coordination centres (organising and/or participating) 2 2 2 1 3 1
Joint investigation teams (newly signed and/or ongoing) 10 24 26 22 20 23

Case examples

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Documents

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