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PUBLICATION DATE:27 March 2024
Eurojust is a hub for judicial cooperation, delivering hands-on support to prosecutors and judges working together in the fight against cross-border crime. Relying on its unique expertise, partnerships and modern digital tools, Eurojust ensures that national borders are no obstacle to prosecuting...
12 March 2024|PRESS RELEASE
Ms Kolbrún Benediktsdóttir has today started as the first Liaison Prosecutor for Iceland at Eurojust . The seconding of a Liaison Prosecutor is the direct result of a Cooperation Agreement signed by the Icelandic authorities and Eurojust in 2005. With the arrival of Ms Benediktsdóttir, twelve...
12 January 2024|NEWS
Eurojust and the Attorney General of the Republic of Panama, Mr Javier E. Caraballo Salazar, have signed a Working Arrangement today to enable structured and closer cooperation in the fight against organised crime. The agreement formalises Eurojust’s existing Contact Points in Panama and ensures...
PUBLICATION DATE:08 September 2023|Last update: 12 March 2024
04 September 2023|PRESS RELEASE
President Ms Maia Sandu of the Republic of Moldova visited Eurojust today to discuss the country’s cooperation with the Agency and its further integration into the EU’s judicial cooperation architecture. She met with Eurojust President Mr Ladislav Hamran, who underlined the importance of...
01 August 2022|DOCUMENT
The purpose of this working arrangement is to encourage and develop strategic cooperation between the Parties in combating serious crime, particularly transnational organised crime, drug trafficking, trafficking in human beings, cybercrime and terrorism, as well as in the field of victims’...
20 December 2021|PRESS RELEASE
Eurojust and the Home Office of the United Kingdom have signed a Working Arrangement to ensure effective judicial cross-border cooperation in criminal matters. The Working Arrangement supports the implementation of Eurojust related provisions in the EU–UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) and...