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14 March 2023|PRESS RELEASE
With the support of Eurojust and Europol, judicial and law enforcement authorities in the Czech Republic, Poland, Romania and Slovakia have dismantled an organised crime group (OCG) responsible for the production and distribution of at least 4.7 tonnes of methamphetamine in Europe. During a joint...
25 November 2022|PRESS RELEASE
An unprecedented international operation, involving judicial and law enforcement authorities from 11 countries, has resulted in the arrest of 44 individuals. The arrested individuals were suspected of belonging to a high-risk criminal network considered one of the most dangerous in the European...
21 November 2022|PRESS RELEASE
Prime Minister Mr Eduard Heger of the Slovak Republic visited Eurojust today to discuss the support of the Agency to the joint investigation team (JIT) on alleged core international crimes committed in Ukraine. He met with Eurojust President Mr Ladislav Hamran, both of whom stressed the need to...
13 October 2022|PRESS RELEASE
The Romanian judicial authorities signed an agreement today to become a member of the joint investigation team (JIT) on alleged core international crimes committed in Ukraine. This makes Romania the seventh member of the JIT, which is actively supported by Eurojust. The JIT was set up on 25 March...
22 June 2022|PRESS RELEASE
Supported by Eurojust, authorities in Lithuania, Hungary, Slovakia and Latvia have undertaken a successful operation against large-scale VAT fraud involving the sale of used cars from the United States. The managers of five companies who allegedly acted together may have avoided paying at least EUR...
08 June 2022|PRESS RELEASE
A 22-year-old suspected of committing several terrorist and extremist crimes has been arrested in Slovakia. In an action supported by Eurojust, Europol and the United States, Slovak and Czech authorities searched two locations and seized a 3D printer and printed metal parts of weapons, computers and...
31 May 2022|PRESS RELEASE
Available in: Estonian Latvian Lithuanian Polish Slovak Ukrainian The judicial authorities of Estonia, Latvia and Slovakia will become members of the joint investigation team (JIT) on alleged core international crimes, which has been set up with the support of Eurojust. The Prosecutors General of...
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PUBLICATION DATE:02 March 2022
PUBLICATION DATE:27 October 2021
Working within a JIT significantly facilitated cross-border police and judicial cooperation but could not fully overcome certain legal and operational challenges: difficulties with gathering evidence to meet national legal criteria of an OCG, to be able to prosecute for organised crime; absence of a...