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Agreement to extend the joint investigation team into alleged core international crimes in Ukraine for two years

The seven national authorities participating in the joint investigation team (JIT) on alleged core international crimes committed in Ukraine have agreed to prolong the JIT for two years. The Prosecutors General of the countries involved agreed to the extension in a coordination meeting that took place in Kyiv, Ukraine. The meeting coincided with the United for Justice Conference, which also took place in Kyiv.

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PUBLICATION DATE:29 February 2024
Just three weeks following the full-scale invasion by Russia in 2022, Eurojust supported the establishment of a JIT on alleged core international crimes committed in Ukraine. On 29 February 2024, the JIT agreement was prolonged for two more years. In-between, Eurojust and its partners set up a...
PUBLICATION DATE:29 February 2024
This infographic highlights Eurojust's support to justice for Ukraine through various initiatives and services, including the: Joint investigation team into alleged core international crimes committed in Ukraine International Centre for the Prosecution of the crime of Aggression (ICPA) Core...
PUBLICATION DATE:29 February 2024
This document, which is updated on an annual basis, provides an overview of the case -law of national courts with regard to the application of national legislations regulating intellectual property crime (IPC). An IPC is an infringement of intellectual property (IP) rights, such as counterfeiting...
PUBLICATION DATE:16 February 2024
This document provides an overview of the case-law of the Court of Justice of the European Union (‘CJEU’) regarding the ne bis in idem principle in criminal matters under Article 50 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union (‘Charter’) and Articles 54 to 58 of the Convention...