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29 March 2023|PRESS RELEASE
Eurojust and OLAF (European Anti-Fraud Office) have concluded a new Working Arrangement to enhance their cooperation in the fight against fraud, corruption, environmental crime, intellectual property crime and other crimes affecting the EU's financial interests. The Working Arrangement was signed...
PUBLICATION DATE:27 October 2021
Through its cooperation agreements, Liaison Prosecutors and contact points, Eurojust unlocks global access to more than 50 jurisdictions.
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As an agency of the European Union , Eurojust is financed by the EU budget and its activities are subject to the scrutiny of the European Parliament. Further, the European Commission is represented in Eurojust’s governance structure. As a centre of expertise in cross-border judicial cooperation...
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Crimes against the financial interests of the European Union (PIF crimes, as defined in Directive (EU) 2017/1371) not only affect the Union’s financial interests but they also harm its reputation and credibility. These crimes include fraud related to the EU budget, large scale VAT fraud affecting...
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European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF) is a body of the European Union dedicated to conducting (external and internal) administrative and independent investigations into fraud, corruption and irregularities involving EU funds, investigating serious misconduct by staff and members of EU institutions, and...