Serious and organised crime in the European Union continues to present a threat to our citizens, societies and economies. It crosses borders and seeks vulnerabilities with no regard for the law, leading it to increase in complexity and scale. As the European Union Agency for Criminal Justice Cooperation, Eurojust in response serves to enable and support cooperation between prosecutors and judges from across the European Union and beyond.
In 2022, we celebrate our 20-year anniversary, which is also an occasion to cast a forward look and to discuss the shape and form of tomorrow’s international judicial cooperation. This is what we do in Eurojust’s Single Programming Document 2023-2025, where we first confirm our ongoing commitment to ensure that national borders are no obstacle to prosecuting crime. It is and it will remain Eurojust’s mission to support the judicial authorities in Member States to get justice done.